More serious violations of the Code fall in violation of Article 2.4.10, which includes “soliciting, inducing, alluring, persuading, encouraging, directly or indirectly, any Participant to violate any of the foregoing provisions of this Article 2.4.” doing or knowingly facilitating.”
While the exact nature of this offense has not been made public, it has banned him for two years. His other offense relates to a breach of Article 2.4.4, which deals with not reporting corrupt approaches. For that, he has received a two-year suspension as well as a six-month suspension for running.
Offenses can lead to life bans, but the PCB said they had taken into account his admission of the offence, his level of remorse and previous track record.
PCB chairman Najam Sethi said, “It gives the PCB no pleasure to suspend an international cricketer for two years, but we have a zero-tolerance approach towards such offences.” “As the governing body of the game, we need to set an example, handle such matters firmly and send a strong message to all cricketers.
“It is a bitter truth that corruption is a threat to our game as selfish corrupt people lure cricketers in various ways and means. This is the reason why PCB is investing heavily on player education so that they remain alert and PCB has to eliminate this menace.” can help you do.” reporting approach. Despite all our best efforts to create awareness, the PCB has no sympathy if a player falls prey to their own greed.”