Umar Akmal Charge under Anti-Corruption Code
Umar Akmal Charge under Anti-Corruption Code! The Pakistan Cricket Board has charged Umar Akmal for violating the PCB’s Anti-Corruption Code article twice. Article 2.4.4 of the PCB Anti-Corruption Code does not mean (without necessarily delaying) the PCB Vigilance and Security Department regarding any individual offering corruption.
Notice of charge to Umar Akmal was released on Tuesday, March 17. Umar Akmal has time till March 31, 2020, to give a written response.
Under Article 6.2, the punishment for an infringement of Article 2.4.4 is deserving of as long as a half year. Umar Akmal was incidentally suspended on February 20, 2020. An official statement has been given right now.
Earlier, a statement issued by the PCB said that investigations were underway by the Anti-Corruption Unit, which would not take part in any activities related to Akmal cricket till its completion.
It was not clear at the time of the announcement why cricketer Umar Akmal was suspended. The PCB says it will not issue any further statements in this regard.