Three UAE gamers, together with former skipper Mohammad Naveed, have been provisionally suspended from cricket with speedy impact after they have been charged with the breach of a number of ICC anti-corruption guidelines.
Skipper Naveed, Qadeer Ahmed Khan and Shaiman Anwar Butt had not too long ago withdrawn from the preliminary squad for the 2020 T20 World Cup qualifiers beginning within the UAE on Friday. No clarification was given on the time for his or her absence.
In accordance with Wednesday’s ICC press launch, skipper Naveed has been charged with the breach of 4 anti-corruption codes whereas Qadeer has been present in breach of  six. Shaiman, in the meantime, has been charged with the breach of two codes.
One of many codes Naveed has been charged for is Article 2.1.1 which pertains to contriving, or being celebration to an settlement or effort to repair or contrive or in any other case affect improperly, the end result, progress, conduct or another side of matches within the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
A trio of UAE gamers have been provisionally suspended from cricket.— ICC (@ICC) October 16, 2019
Naveed has additionally been charged with an extra two breaches of the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) Code for the T10 League.  The ICC had earlier been appointed by the ECB because the Designated Anti-Corruption Official for the needs of the ECB’s Code on the T10 League.
A fourth participant, Mehardeep Chhayakar, has additionally been charged by the ICC together with the UAE nationwide group trio. Chhayakar has participated in cricket tournaments in Ajman.
The 4 gamers have two weeks to reply to the costs laid out towards them.


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