The Court docket of Arbitration for Sports activities (CAS) has requested the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and banned Take a look at batsman, Umar Akmal to submit written arguments in 20-days time. The PCB had approached the CAS, […]
The Court docket of Arbitration for Sports activities (CAS) has requested the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and banned Take a look at batsman, Umar Akmal to submit written arguments in 20-days time.
The PCB had approached the CAS, interesting towards the discount of a three-year ban on Umar Akmal, whereas the batsman in a counter transfer filed an enchantment towards his total ban and desires it eliminated.
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Former Supreme Court docket choose, Justice (retd) Faqir Muhammad Khokhar in his capability as impartial adjudicator had decreased Umar’s three-year ban for failure to report two spot-fixing approaches to 18 months.
A supply near Umar mentioned that his lawyer had bought a mail from the CAS asking him to submit his argument and assertion in 20-days time.
“The CAS will in all probability take round three months to determine on the case and must be giving a date for a listening to after they undergo the written arguments/statements of each events,” he mentioned.
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Justice Khokar famous in his ultimate discovering that the stance taken by Umar is self-contradictory and never credit-worthy and the case towards the appellant stands proved to the hilt.
However Khokar while taking a compassionate view, decreased the size of the ban.
Umar had been banned for 3 years in April by a one-man Disciplinary Panel of the board after two hearings and he then appealed to the impartial adjudicator.
Umar, 30, who has performed 16 Checks (the final one in 2011), 121 ODIs and 84 T20 internationals has had a historical past of working into issues with the institution over disciplinary points since he made his Pakistan debut in 2009.
He’s the youthful brother of Pakistan check wicket-keepers, Kamran and Adnan Akmal.