Pakistan’s banned leg-spinner, Danish Kaneria has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to review his case under the same three-member tribunal which is formed to investigate the PSL spot fixing saga.
The tribunal is headed by retired Justice Asghar Haider, who has been a legal advisor to the PCB in the past, and the other members of the tribunal are former PCB boss Tauqir Zia and wicketkeeper Wasim Bari.
Islamabad United’s batting duo of Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif were suspended from the Pakistan Super League 2017 on match fixing allegations. Later, the two batsmen denied the allegations and then PCB had to form a tribunal to investigate the matter.
Talking to APP, Danish Kaneria has appealed to PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan and the Patron-In-Chief, Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif to ask the board to investigate his case in front of the formed tribunal.
“I am a proud Pakistani and want to serve my country more. Help me in this regard,” he appealed.
The leggie was banned by Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in June 2012 for being involved in spot fixing in English county cricket season.
However, Kaneria has never accepted his act and said that ECB has just ban him on a false statement of Mervyn Westfield, who was also banned with him but now has returned to cricket.