Shahzaib Hasan’s ban extended to 4 years more, review appeal rejected

Cricket player Shahzaib Hasan tried to get rid of a fine of 1 million rupees, a fine that he received for his notorious PSL spot scam because his failure to appeal led to his four-year ban.

On February 28th, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) set up a counter-terrorism competition, sending Hassan’s one-year ban and 100,000 rupees, and the third part of the PCB violation code was terminated during its second PSL. Pakistan Super League

Prior to the initial ban, Hassan hoped to release himself by appealing to an independent judiciary.

On the other hand, the PCB imposes great penalties on “creating other players to repair”.

The two sides called for a revision of the decision of the independent judiciary, Hamid Farooq, to facilitate the board of directors and to change the original one-year ban to four-quarters.

“Our position is that Shahzeb should be banned for one year because he violated three rules,” said PCB legal counsel Tafazul Rizvi. “Our position was accepted today.”

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