Thursday, November 3, 2011

Spot-Fixing Case Cricketers Sent To Jail

Spot-Fixing case result announced Mazhar Majeed fixer got punished sent to jail for 2 years-8 months, Cricketer & Former caption of Pakistan cricket team Salman Butt punished for 2 year - 6 months similar convict Mohammad Amir for 6 months, Mohammad Asif for 1 year are also in british custody.
Butt has to pay around 34000 British pound
Asif has to pay around 8500 British pound
whereas Amir to pay 9500 British pound

Another bad day for Pakistan cricket team. Views coming around on this verdict that cricketers sent to jail is a good decision and helpful to remove fixing and makes cricket a pure game to play. Youngster will teach and will never see fixing in future leaders said in an interview.

Mohammad Amir, 19-year-old young cricketer, admitted his guilt before the trial.

The trio were bailed until sentencing later this week. Outside court, Det Chief Supt Matt Horne said the cricketers had “let down” young fans who saw them as heroes.

The announcement is not come later the lawyers of the four convicted pleaded to pass hard punishments, but only the minimum sentences to its customers. The lawyer of Majeed pointed finger at piston, that says, that the former test was captain the head indebted in the betting fraud.

ICC will create more strict rules against this fixing in future According to sources.