Shafaq accepted 4 fees regarding breach of the ACB Anti-Corruption Code throughout the inaugural version of the Afghanistan Premier League T20 in 2018 and the 2019 version of the BPL.
“Shafaq was charged under breach of article 2.1.1 which is directly related to “fixing or contriving in any means or in any other case influencing improperly, or being a celebration to any settlement or effort to repair or contrive in any means” which also includes deliberate under-performance,” the ACB mentioned in an announcement.
“The breach of article 2.1.3 relates to “looking for, accepting, providing or agreeing to simply accept any bribe or different Reward to (a) repair or to contrive in any means or in any other case to affect improperly the outcome, progress, conduct or another facet of any Domestic Match …”
The different two fees relate to failure to report a corrupt method to the anti-corruption unit. The 30-year-old Shafaq has performed in 24 ODIs and 46 T20Is. His final worldwide look was in a T20 recreation in opposition to Bangladesh in September, 2019.
“Under the provisions of the Code, Mr. Shafaq selected to confess the fees levied in opposition to him and agreed to the sanctions by ACB in lieu of an Anti-Corruption Tribunal listening to,” ACB press launch said.
Addressing the matter, ACB’s Senior Anti-Corruption supervisor, Sayed Anwar Shah Quraishi mentioned: “This is a really critical offence the place a senior nationwide participant is concerned within the corruption of a high-profile home recreation in APL T20 2018.
“The player had also attempted but failed to get one of his teammates to engage in corruption in another high-profile game during the BPL 2019.”
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