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Nasir Jamshed charged by PCB for violating five anti-corruption rules

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A former Pakistani player Nasir Jamshed has been charged with violating the rule of cricket by the PCB. He has been banned for five years.

He is already facing a one year of cricket ban. He was caught last year in the spot-fixing scandal in Pakistan Super League.

On Saturday, in a statement, PCB said that “Nasir Jamshed now has 14 days to respond to the notice of charge,”

This report includes match-fixing, the money receiving for game fixing and encourages other players to involve in corruption. National Crime Agency of Britain arrest him last year in case of the spot-fixing scandal of Pakistan Super League.

Nasir Jamshed is a Pakistani former player. He was played Cricket World Cup in 2015.  He has denied from spot-fixing. He was firstly caught in spot-fixing through a video link.

In the second edition of PSL, he was caught in the spot-fixing scandal.

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