Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today suspended cricketer, Muhammad Nawaz for two months after he was found guilty for not informing the PCB vigilance and security department after he was approached by the bookies.
A spokesman of Pakistan Cricket Board said a fine of two hundred thousand rupees has also been imposed on him.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Cricket Board has also issued warning to Umar Akmal and Junaid Khan for violating the code of conduct in the Pakistan Cup played recently.
They are also fined fifty percent of match fee.
According to the Board, both the players will be monitored for one month from tomorrow.—Radio Pakistan