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Umar Akmal: PCB will challenge to reduce the ban of Umar Akmal in a sports tribunal

Umar Akmal (file)


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Monday that it would challenge the decision to reduce the ban imposed on batsman Omar Akmal for violating the Anti-Corruption Code in the Sports Tribunal. Last month, Akmal's three-year ban was reduced to 18 months by Independent Adjudicator Fakir Mohammad Khokar.

Appeals against the adjudicator's decision under the PCB's Anti-Corruption Code can only be made in the Sports Tribunal in Switzerland. “The PCB takes anti-corruption cases seriously and will not be tolerated,” the PCB said in a statement.

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It said, “The board believes that senior cricketers like Omar were aware of its consequences who have participated in many anti-corruption lectures domestically and internationally.” Akmal's ban will remain in force from February to August 2021 this year.

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