Shahzaib Hasan has seemed prior to the PCB’s three-man tribunal for the first time in view that being charged for alleged corruption.
remaining month, the PCB exceeded Shahzaib a provisional suspension for allegedly failing to file a suspect manner in time and in full detail, and in addition for allegedly inducing avid gamers in corruption.
Shahzaib attended the outlet listening to alongside together with his lawyer, Barrister Malik Kashif Rajwana, and agreed to the timelines to be adopted underneath the PCB’s Anti-Corruption Code, with a proper hearing set for June 1 in Lahore. The PCB, in line with the process laid down by way of the tribunal, will post its opening brief and put up its proof on could four.
The tribunal, thereafter, will offer Shahzaib a chance to reply by means of may just 18 and the PCB could, at its discretion, file a rebuttal via could 25. the final hearing will provoke on day-to-day foundation from June 1 on the nationwide Cricket Academy.
In a separate continuing, Shahzaib may be facing more costs for breaches of the PCB’s anti-corruption code. As ESPNcricinfo reported on April 17, the PCB will have found recent leads within the ongoing investigation into the allegations of corruption surrounding the 2d season of the Pakistan super League. The board had issued recent notices in opposition to the gamers, and asked them to appear for interviews prior to its safety and Vigilance division on April 27.
Shahzaib was once the fifth player to come back underneath the scanner during the 2d variation of the PSL in the UAE, and was once charged with breaching three clauses of the PCB’s anti-corruption code. The participant has reportedly widespread at least one minor charge that covers the non-reporting clause but has challenged the key breach that centered round inducing gamers in corruption directly or indirectly.
It has been greater than six years for the reason that opening batsman Shahzaib remaining performed for Pakistan, and the spotlight of his transient global occupation of three ODIs and 10 T20Is was being a part of the effective World T20 side in 2009.
Umar Farooq is ESPNcricinfo’s Pakistan correspondent
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