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BCCI secretary proposes 10-year jail for fixing


Match-fixing or spot-fixing is now nothing new to cricket. Many cricketers have fixed matches and some of them are banned too. Pakistan’s Mohammed Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salmat Butt were banned and jailed for fixing a Test match in England. However, Amir is back to cricket.

India’s S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila, Ankeet Chavan, New Zealand’s Lou Vincent and Bangladesh’s Mohammad Ashraful are the recent names who banned from cricket for fixing in several leagues.

Mohammad Ashraful was banned for 8 years from international cricket in 2013, later his punishment reduced to 5 years. He will be back to domestic cricket in August this year. In 2018, Ash will be back to red and green jersey. He is ready to play for his country again.