LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board has suspended all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz for two months in its ongoing probe into the spot-fixing scandal.
The PCB, in its verdict on Wednesday, said that a “period of ineligibility/suspension of two (02) months has been imposed on Nawaz (first month suspension has commenced from 16th May 2017), one (01) month of which will be suspended upon fulfillment of additional conditions.”
Nawaz has also been fined Rs 200,000 for breaching the board’s anti-corruption code.
The all-rounder appeared before the ACU on May 11, where he was questioned in connection with the PSL spot-fixing scandal.
During the hearing, Nawaz presented his arguments to the ACU in relation to possible breaches of the PCB’s anti-corruption code.
He was earlier issued a notice of demand under Article 4.3 of the PCB anti-corruption code.