Muhammad Nawaz likely to be suspended in spot-fixing case

Nawaz appears before anti-corruption unit |

LAHORE – All-rounder Muhammad Nawaz has appeared before the anti-corruption unit after the issuance of charge cheat it is suspected that he will be given a provisional suspension of.

During the hearing of the case, the head of unit Colonel retired Azam asked him several questions, relating to his involvement in the PSL corruption case.

According to sources Azam has meat with the bookies during his visit to Australia and don’t inform the Anti-corruption unit in time about it.

His charges are lowered than his colleague’s players so it is hoped that he will be charged with a minimum punishment.

Although Muhammad Irfan has sentenced for one-year suspension and also fined of Rs. 10 Lac.

Mohammad Nawaz and many other cricketers, almost youngsters, were accused in the PSL corruption case, many of them ordered to appear before Anti-corruption board.

The dilemma of corruption in Pakistan’s cricket is very old, a few years ago the careers of renowned player ruined due to their involvement’ in the Spot-fixing scandal.


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