PCB reveals why a three-year ban on international cricket was imposed on Umar Akmal.

The PCBalso confirmed that Umar can play cricket again on 19 February 2023.

Umar AkmalUmar Akmal. (source: Twitter)

Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal made headlines last month when the Pakistani Cricket Council banned him from playing any form of cricket for three years after a cricketer failed to report a corrupt practice. According to the PCB Anti-Corruption Code, the player must immediately notify the team leader or the officials of the Anti-Corruption Unit after receiving information about the procedure for match fixing.

In a career clouded by many contradictions, a three-year ban is another stigma on the career of the calibre warrior. The PCB has just published a detailed report on the corruption case of Batsman Umar, explaining why he was suspended for three years.

The chairman of the Independent Disciplinary Panel, Judge (ret.) Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan, said the drum team was not ready to show remorse and apologize. The PCB also confirmed that Umar has been a PCB producer since the 19th century. February 2023 can play cricket again.

It seems that he (Umar Akmal) is unwilling to show remorse and ask for forgiveness, admitting that he has not fulfilled his obligations under Article 2.4.4 of the anti-corruption law, but has tried to hide under the pretext that he has reported such approaches in the past when they have been used, said Mr Chauhan in a PCB press release.

With regard to Indictment No. 1, I see no circumstances that would mitigate the nature of the crime, especially if the participant (Umar Akmal) did not cooperate with the PCB Security Services Department and the investigation team.

Umar Akmal admitted he didn’t report any approaches:. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD

The publication of the SRC also made it clear that Umar did not disclose its corrupt practices to the anti-corruption authority. After the publication of the CSR, the accusation of the Pakistani international community was proven and Umar was therefore punished.

Due to the admission of one participant (Umar Akmal), which he did not report to the Anti-Corruption and PCB Monitoring Office, the details of the steps and the invitations were immediately communicated to him. The framed indictment has been proved and the participant (Umar Akmal) was punished for violation of paragraph 2.4.4.

Public Prosecutor no. 2, violation of article 2.4.4 of the Code by not disclosing to the Anti-Corruption and Control Division of the PBC complete information about the steps and invitations you (Umar Akmal) have received to participate in corrupt actions under the Code in connection with the PSL 2020 contests.

The publication also states that Umar itself admitted that it had not reported corrupt practices and that it had been sanctioned under Article 6.2 of the PCB Code.

He also admitted (Umar Akmal) that he did not report on the steps and invitation to the CSR monitoring and anti-corruption agency, as required by the CSR Code, Article 2.4.4. The PCB issue was concluded on the basis of the counterfeit levy, the evidence and the fact that the participant had been taken to court on the basis of Article 6.2 of the PCB Code.