Nasir Jamshed to be questioned on May 12

May 5, 2017 | By

By Muhammad Asif Khan


Karachi: The ongoing probe into the PSL spot fixing scandal is likely to take the decisive turn when the tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will question the ‘centre figure’, Nasir Jamshed next week.


A source privy to the matter has said that the notice had been sent to Nasir Jamshed and the left-handed batsman was asked to make himself available for questioning on May 12.


“Jamshed can either appear via video link to answer the questions or contest through his lawyer”, the source said.


This is pertinent to mention here that Nasir Jamshed was being probed by the National Crime Agency (NCA) in London as well.

He is on bail and couldn’t leave the country as his passport is in NCA custody.


The Pakistan Cricket Board launched an inquiry into the corruption scandal which broke out during the recently concluded Pakistan Super League.


Batsmen Khalid Latif, Shahzeb Hassan and Sharjeel Khan are being probed after suspension while fast bowler Muhammad Irfan has been penalised after he pleaded guilty.


Nasir Jamshed is said to be the person who mediated between the suspended Pakistan players and the alleged bookie during the PSL.

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