He was in the recently completed National T20 Cup in Pakistan.
Northern batter Jishan Malik has been suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Commission (PCB) Under the Board of Directors Anti-Corruption Code. He was in the recently completed National T20 Cup in Pakistan. The 24-year-old played five games in Northern and averaged 24.60 with 123 runs. In this way, he finished as the team’s sixth highest Langetter in the tournament.
PCB suspended him on Thursday, October 14, under Section 4.7.1 of the PCB Corrupt Practices Act. The board does not state the reason behind the batter’s suspension, but prohibits him from participating in cricket-related activities. The batter was first in the limelight after becoming the third highest scorer in Pakistan at the 2016 Under 19 World Cup. He averaged 56.25 in the tournament and scored chips in 225 runs.
Originally from Chakwar in the Rawalpindi district, he made his first-class debut in 2016. In the 2019-20 season in Northern, Malik defeated 780 runs with an average of 52.
Umaru Akumaru was also stopped for the same reason
Article 4.7.1 of the PCB Anti-Corruption Code states: Or (b) the PCB considers there are other exceptional circumstances relating to the participant (for example, if the relevant police authorities arrest and / or prosecute the participant under the relevant criminal law). , Consists of a breach under this Anti-Corruption Act), in situations where it is believed that the integrity of the sport could be significantly compromised, the participants will be temporarily suspended while the Anti-Corruption Court waits for his decision. You have the discretion to do so. / She committed a crime.
The decision to suspend the participant will be notified in writing to the participant and at the same time a copy will be sent to the ICC and, if applicable, the National Cricket Federation to which the participant belongs. “
Previously, Pakistani dough Umaru Akumaru It was stopped for the same reason. He has stopped all forms of cricket since February 2020. But recently he has begun to resume cricket. The batter did not report the spot-correction approach taken to him during the Pakistan Super League. He also had to pay the PCB a fine of Rs 4.2 million as part of his disciplinary action.