Opening batsman was charged by the PCB for violating five clauses of anti-corruption code
Former Pakistan opening batsman Nasir Jamshed will submit his response to the anti-corruption tribunal in his ongoing case regarding involvement in Pakistan Super League (PSL) second-edition’s spot-fixing scandal.
Jamshed is being accused of playing a facilitating role in the infamous scandal which rocked the PSL 2017 edition.
He was banned from playing all forms of cricket after his failure to cooperate with the tribunal foreseeing the case.
Others including Mohammad Irfan, Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif and Shahzaib Hasan were also handed out punishments alongside Nasir.
According to a report published on Daily Express, the opening batsman, who is currently based in England, will file his answer in written form through his lawyer during the next hearing, which is scheduled on May 18.