Pakistan Cricketer Nasir Jamshed files appeal against deportation from UK


Pakistani cricketer Nasir Jamshed, who was convicted of contacting players and offering bribes in the Pakistan Super League 2017, has filed an appeal against the deportation decision.

According to Nasir Jamshed’s wife, he has made this appeal to the UK Home Office, but he does not know how long it will take to decide this appeal.

He said that Nasir Jamshed’s sentence had expired on October 21 but he would still remain in jail.

Nasir Jamshed’s wife also says that her husband has also applied for immigration bail through his lawyer, which means that if approved, he can come out and be deported to the UK in the meantime. Will be decided.

According to Nasir Jamshed’s wife, he has made this appeal to the UK Home Office, but he does not know how long it will take to decide this appeal.

He said that Nasir Jamshed’s sentence had expired on October 21 but he would still remain in jail.

Nasir Jamshed’s wife also says that her husband has also applied for immigration bail through his lawyer, which means that if approved, he can come out and be deported to the UK in the meantime. Will be decided….

For what crime was Nasir Jamshed convicted?

Nasir Jamshed, 30, was sentenced by a Manchester court to 17 months in prison in February this year. He had admitted to contacting Pakistani cricketers during the Pakistan Super League and offering them bribes.

In the same case, two other accomplices of Nasir Jamshed, Yousuf Anwar and Muhammad Ijaz, were sentenced to three years, four months and two and a half years respectively.

Earlier in 2018, the Pakistan Cricket Board had also banned Nasir Jamshed for ten years.

Two Pakistani cricketers Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif were also found involved in the scandal.

Sharjeel Khan has returned to the cricket field after completing his two-and-a-half-year ban, while Khalid Latif was banned for five years.

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