Nasir Jamshed’s wife warns cricketers of ‘corruption’ in heartfelt letter after husband jailed
LONDON: Convicted cricketer Nasir Jamshed‘s wife has written a sincere letter on the torment her family is experiencing after the previous cricket start was imprisoned on Friday for tainting the sport of cricket and carrying disgrace to the family.
Minutes after a judge at the Manchester Crown Court sent Nasir Jamshed to imprison for 17 months as far as concerns him in fixing the PSL coordinate in Dubai in February 2018, his better half Dr Samara Afzal expressed: “Today is the most troublesome day of my life as Nasir begins his custodial sentence and I make sense of what to tell my multi year old. I’ve wanted to compose this with the expectation that others gain from Nasir’s slip-ups and nobody experiences the agony we have endured over the most recent 3 years.”
Dr Samara Afzal from Walsall portrays herself on her online networking stages as a full time specialist, low maintenance cricketer and cricket trainer. The couple met just because through their common love of cricket.
She expressed: “Nasir could have a splendid future had he tried sincerely and been focused on the game that gave him so much yet he took an easy route and lost everything: his vocation, status, regard and opportunity. He would have UK nationality and played nation cricket and he discarded his opportunity. He would successfully turn the clock back and not lose everything, particularly his girl who he’s near yet it’s past the point of no return for him. I trust all cricketers take a gander at his model as a hindrance against debasement.”
She composed she knew that there are such a large number of money related desires from families in Pakistan yet nothing legitimizes debasement. “A global cricket can likely win beyond what I as a specialist can so I can’ comprehend the need to participate in defilement. I know in Pakistan one individual is required to accommodate twelve others however that doesn’t legitimize defilement. Appealing to God for your nation is a benefit and not a qualification which as we have seen can be taken whenever. I trust and supplicate no other cricketer gets attracted into to this allurement for cash and no family needs to manage the torment and mortification we have suffered and keep on doing as such.”
Nasir Jamshed was captured with Yousef Anwar and Mohammed Ijaz last February in a National Crime Agency test. Nasir Jamshed urged different players to fix a Pakistan Super League (PSL) game in February 2018 by receiving batsmen to abstain from scoring runs from specific balls as a byproduct of a portion of £30,000. Anwar was imprisoned for 40 months and Ijaz condemned to 30 months.