Independent Adjudicator Reserves Order On Umar Akmals Appeal Against Three-Year Ban

Spot-fixing presents have been made to Umar Akmal at two separate events held in Lahore forward of the PSL.© AFP

The impartial adjudicator listening to Pakistan cricketer Umar Akmal’s attraction towards a three-year ban for failure to report corrupt approaches reserved his order on the matter on Monday. Akmal was banned in April after he did not report corrupt approaches firstly of the at present suspended Pakistan Tremendous League T20 occasion. He was declared uncooperative through the disciplinary listening to into the matter. “Former Supreme Courtroom choose Mr. Justice (retd) Faqir Muhammad Khokhar, in his capability as an impartial adjudicator, reserved his order on Umar Akmal’s attraction after listening to the arguments of either side at this time,” said a media launch from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

The Board additionally said that it could make no additional touch upon the matter.

Spot-fixing presents have been made to Akmal at two separate events held in Lahore forward of the PSL. Akmal’s failure to report them to the PCB led to his provisional suspension in February earlier than the prolonged ban was imposed after disciplinary hearings.

Chairman of the PCB’s Disciplinary Panel, Justice (retired) Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan, had noticed that Akmal was non-cooperative and didn’t present any regret.

He’s the youthful brother of former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal, who performed 53 Assessments, 58 T20s, 157 ODIs, and cousin of present captain Babar Azam.


Akmal, who final performed for Pakistan in October, has featured in 16 Assessments, 121 ODIs and 84 T20s, scoring 1,003, 3,194 and 1,690 runs throughout the three codecs, respectively.

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He final performed for Pakistan in October 2019, in a T20 collection towards Sri Lanka at house.

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