Umar Akmal got the biggest news before he was convicted under the Anti-Corruption Code

If the middle order batsman gets a clean chit from the current controversy, he will definitely be re-added to the Quetta team: Nadeem Omar

LAHORE (Updated: April 18, 2020) Nadeem Omar, owner of Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Quetta Gladiators, has said that if Umar Akmal gets a clean chit from the current controversy, he will definitely get the Quetta team. Will be re-added. According to details, Umar Akmal, who was suspended before the start of the fifth season of PSL, was charged within two days by charging two times for violation of the board's anti-corruption code, to which the middle-order batsman responded. Was also submitted.He was supposed to represent Quetta Gladiators in the fifth edition of the PSL but that was not possible. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to take up the matter with the chairman of the Dispensary Court, after Umar Akmal did not request a hearing before the Anti-Corruption Tribunal for the Corona virus-affected areas. Former Lahore High Court Judge Fazal Mehran Chauhan has been sent and it is hoped that he will be punished with a lower order by the middle order batsman after admitting his mistake and soon he will see the action again.

Quetta Gladiators owner Nadeem Omar: told reporters online, "We were told about Omar Akmal 10 hours before the match which caused a lot of damage to the team. I would say that Umar Akmal's exit from the team. 30% damage to our power. Umar Akmal is one of the best middle-order batsmen and will definitely be re-added to the Quetta squad if he leaves the current squad with a clean chit.

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