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Nasir Jamshed ready to cooperate with PCB after UK investigation ends
Friday, April 14, 2017
LONDON: Nasir Jamshed said he is ready to cooperate with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s inquiry into the PSL corruption investigation after an ongoing investigation by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) emanating from the same case comes to an end.

PCB had charged Nasir last week with two violations of its Anti-Corruption Code, for obstructing and not cooperating with their investigation. He was given 14 days to reply.

Nasir, along with another person, was arrested by NCA in February in connection with offences as part of an investigation into spot-fixing. Both were later released on bail.

That arrest came on the same day that he was first provisionally suspended by the PCB.

The PCB believes Nasir to be a central figure in its investigations into attempts to corrupt the second edition of the PSL, in which several other Pakistani players were charged. But charges were laid against him after PCB claimed it had been unable to speak to Nasir Jamshed.

Nasir, who is based in Birmingham, had informed the PCB through his lawyer about his inability to travel to Pakistan because his passport was confiscated by the NCA. In a video message circulated in Pakistan, Nasir said that once the NCA investigation ends, he will present himself as and when required by the PCB.

Pakistan's Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) also launched an inquiry against the players charged by the Pakistan Cricket Board. The country's interior minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, has placed the four players provisionally suspended by the PCB - Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Mohammad Irfan and Shahzaib Hasan - on an exit control list, preventing them from leaving the country.

The FIA began their own inquiry after the Pakistan board asked for the agency's assistance in obtaining forensic evidence from mobile phones in connection to the investigation.

"I want FIA, which has taken suo motu [notice] of the case, to continue with its probe in this matter and should go after bookies like British Crime Agency does," The FIA deals with the criminal side of this case and if any such findings come up during the PCB tribunal probe, the FIA will be asked to take action. However, the FIA should better go after bookies and let the PCB deal with the players' wrongdoings."
 
 
 
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