Dubai: The International Cricket Council has imposed a 14-year ban on Indian-origin UAE cricketer Maherdeep Chakar for match-fixing.
According to the report, Mehrdeep was accused of fixing matches in the 2019 UAE-Zimbabwe series and Canada’s GT20 league in the same year. During the hearing at the ICC, the tribunal found Meherdeep guilty of 7 violations of the International Cricket Council and Cricket Canada’s anti-corruption code. Is.
Earlier, the ICC had also banned two other UAE cricketers for violating the anti-corruption code in the case involving Chakar. has played, he has denied all allegations of match-fixing against him. Mehrdeep was found guilty of two counts of deliberately undermining a player and two counts of breaching the Anti-Corruption Code. UAE cricketer Mehrdeep Chakar was also found guilty of not cooperating in the investigation of match-fixing allegations, which is why the ICC took such strict action.