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BCCI Bans Pakistani Umpire Asad Rauf For 5 Years

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The Pakistani umpire was accused of involvement in a match-fixing argument engulfing the megabucks Indian Premier League (IPL) opposition and the International Cricket Council pulled him from the 2013 Champions Trophy amid reports he was under police investigation.

The Indian Cricket Board has banned Pakistani Umpire Asad Rauf for 5 years. The ban has been imposed over Asad Rauf over violation of Anti-corruption code.

The 59-year-old umpire did not come into view before the committee but sent his beginning statement on January 15 and a written statement responding to the assertion on 8th February 2016. The 59-year-old was a part of the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) scandal and the Mumbai Police named him as a ‘wanted accused’ in their charge sheet and He had left India throughout the tournament and the Mumbai Police wanted to query him in person.

The 59-year-old, who previous officiated an international match in the 2013 did not come into view before the BCCI disciplinary board and sent a written statement instead, the board added. The panel found the umpire responsible of facilitating betting, disclosing within information and receiving gift or imbursement that brought the match into disrepute.