PCB might start fresh inquiry against Kaneria after spot-fixing confession

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board may begin a brand new inquiry against banned spinner Danish Kaneria after he confessed to being guilty of spot-fixing following six years of denial.

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Kaneria used to be banned for life through the England Cricket Board in 2012.

The PCB, in 2012, followed the International Cricket Council's Anti-Corruption protocol and ratified the life ban on Kaneria, who used to be discovered guilty of spot-fixing and instigating other gamers to spot-fix in English county suits.

Kaneria has lost a round of appeals against his life ban and is now additionally required to pay the ECB around 100,000 pounds for the case.

"Kaneria's confession is a serious matter and this week the Chairman of the board, Ehsan Mani will have deliberations with his legal team and the Board's Anti-Corruption and Vigilance officials to see if a new inquiry should be opened up against Kaneria since he has now admitted to corruption," a competent supply within the PCB said.

The professional said the life ban on Kaneria used to be imposed on international soil so a brand new inquiry might be introduced in Pakistan to establish whether there used to be any affect on Pakistan cricket as a result of his links with the bookmakers.

"The board adopted a soft stance on Kaneria despite his life ban. But now it could move to completely blank him out of the cricket scenario," the supply added.

He said Kaneria could now be banned from appearing on tv channels or radio displays as a professional.

"In the past, it came to the PCB's notice that Kaneria had played in a private event in Bangkok and elsewhere but it kept quiet on it," the supply said.

Spot-fixing has been a problem for the PCB and in 2010 3 of its gamers -- former captain, Salman Butt and pace bowlers, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Aamir -- were banned for five-years for indulging in it within the fourth Test at Lords in England.

Kaneria's case of spot-fixing in county suits while playing for Essex additionally came to gentle the similar yr.

Since final yr, the PCB's Anti-Corruption Tribunal has additionally banned Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif, Shahzaib Hasan and Nasir Jamshed for his or her involvement in spot-fixing within the Pakistan Super League.
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