The leg-spinner was prohibited by the England Cricket Board for life for spot-fixing in English district matches.
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Friday exhorted restricted Test leg-spinner Danish Kaneria to move toward the England Cricket Board on the off chance that he needs to continue playing club or local cricket. Kaneria, prohibited since 2012, needs to continue cricket exercises however the PCB said the board can’t do much since the discipline was given to him by the ECB.
“Article 6.8 of the ECB Anti-Corruption Code, which is material for this situation, obviously states just the seat of the counter debasement court, which has forced a time of ineligibility on a player, had the attentiveness to allow the player to partake,” the PCB said in an official statement. “Thusly, you are encouraged to move toward the ECB according to Article 6.8 of the ECB Anti-Corruption Code,”
Kaneria, just the subsequent Hindu to play Test cricket for Pakistan, scalped 261 wickets before being restricted by the ECB for life for spot-fixing in English province matches. Kaneria, in the wake of denying his contribution in spot-fixing and arguing his honesty at long last conceded in late 2018 to an outside broadcasting company that he was blameworthy.
The restricted leg-spinner keeps up that he endured unfathomable difficulties, both expertly and actually. Be that as it may, the PCB reminded Kaneria that since he had depleted every one of his roads to claim against the existence boycott, just the ECB would now be able to audit his case.
“The existence boycott was forced by the ECB and maintained by all ICC Members according to Article 9 of the ICC/PCB Anti-Corruption Code, and the main way it could have been upset was by method of offer, a road which has just been investigated,” the PCB discharge said.
In a comparable intrigue by previous Test skipper, Salim Malik, PCB said it won’t have the option to help him except if he co-works. Malik was prohibited for life for coordinate fixing by the PCB in 2000 on the proposals of the Justice (retd.) Malik Qayyum request commission however his discipline was put aside by a lower court in 2008.
In an answer to Malik, the Board said that he had neglected to react to transcripts gave by ICC of April 2000 discussion. The PCB advised him that he himself had acknowledged the “bad behavior” and his allure doesn’t change that reality that he cheated.
“You decided not to react to the substance of the transcripts of a discussion that occurred in April 2000. In the setting of the above mentioned, the PCB will be not able to continue any further until such time you react on the said issue,” the discharge expressed.