Lahore: Middle-request batsman Umar Akmal has been given a three-year restriction from all types of cricket by Chairman of the Disciplinary Panel Mr. Equity (resigned) Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan.
Umar spoke to himself and went to the meeting that occurred today at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Lahore while the pcb.com.pk was spoken to by Mr. Taffazul Rizvi.
The PCB will discharge the explanations behind the boycott when it gets them from Justice Chauhan.
“The PCB doesn’t enjoy any observing a promising universal cricketer being announced ineligible for a long time on debasement accusations, yet this is by and by an auspicious suggestion to all who figure they can escape by penetrating the counter defilement code,” PCB Anti-Corruption and Security Director Lt Col Asif Mahmood said.
“I demand every single proficient cricketer to avoid the hazard of debasement and quickly illuminate applicable specialists when they are drawn closer. This is in their just as their groups’ and nation’s wellbeing,” he included.
Peruse likewise: Controversial Umar Akmal indeed gets into high temp water
Umar confessed of neglecting to report approaches made to him. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) suspended him in front of the current year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL) season five.
Peruse likewise: Umar Akmal accused of two breaks of PCB Anti-Corruption Code
Umar chose not to demand a conference before the Anti-Corruption Tribunal. PCB alluded the case to the Chairman of the Disciplinary Panel, who gave notice to both Umar and PCB requiring their participation for a conference.
Umar last played for Pakistan in the three-coordinate T20I arrangement at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore back in October 2019 against Sri Lanka where he was excused on brilliant ducks in the initial two T20Is.
By and large, he has spoken to Pakistan in 16 Tests, 121 ODIs, and 84 T20Is since making his introduction in 2009 against Sri Lanka.