LAHORE: Anti-corruption tribunal handed Shahzaib Hasan a one year ban and a fine of Rs. 1 million for being involved in spot-fixing during the second season of Pakistan Super League.
Shahzaib Hassan was accused for violating three articles, convincing his fellow cricketers for fixing, not reporting approaches by bookies and hiding information related to his contact with a bookie.
The two accusations of not communicating the PCB about bookie approaching him and hiding the information regarding his contact with a bookie were proven before the anti-corruption tribunal. Whereas, he got the clean chit in the third accusation.
He has been slapped with a one year ban for not letting the PCB know about bookie’s approach and another Rs. 1 million fine was imposed for not telling about his contact with a bookie.
Earlier, his Islamabad United counterparts, Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif have been banned for five years for being a part of spot-fixing during the second edition of PSL.
Whereas, Mohammad Irfan and Mohammad Nawaz were suspended for a year and two months respectively for concealing the information regarding bookie’s approach to them.