Nasir Jamshed set to spend extra time in jail over spot-fixing case: report
Immigration authorities are additionally considering deporting the previous Pakistan opener
Former left-handed opener Nasir Jamshed is ready to spend extra time in jail after an order from the Residence Workplace, as a part of his position within the spot-fixing case, in response to ESPNcricinfo.
Jamshed was jailed for 17 months after he had pleaded responsible to a conspiracy to bribe fellow cricketers as a part of a Twenty20 spot-fixing coup. Nevertheless, he was solely anticipated to serve half of his sentence. His sentence was as a consequence of finish on October 21, however will now be prolonged.
Immigration authorities are additionally considering deporting the previous Pakistan opener as he was sentenced to jail for greater than 12 months. Based on the UK (UK) legal guidelines, if any foreigner is given a jail sentence of greater than 12 months, he might be deported.
Jamshed’s lawyer is getting ready to use for bail. Nevertheless, even when the bail is granted, he should stay in jail for longer than October 21.
It should be famous that Jamshed had acquired a 10-year ban, for his involvement within the spot-fixing scandal which passed off throughout the second version of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL), in August 2018.
The Lahore-born was accused by PCB for 5 offences which included non-cooperation within the investigation, contact with bookies, inciting different gamers to participate in spot-fixing and hiding info.
Jamshed represented Pakistan in two Checks, 48 one-day internationals (ODIs) and 18 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is).