The ban on Umar Akmal is going to end in August next month. Earlier, he publicly apologized to his family, fans and the people of Pakistan on a TV channel.
New Delhi. Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal has publicly apologized to his family, fans and the people of Pakistan for his nefarious acts on a TV channel. He came on camera and said that in the year 2020, I had made a mistake, due to which his cricket career has been damaged and Pakistani defame.
Umar’s ban ends next month
Significantly, Umar Akmal was banned by the PCB’s Disciplinary Committee. He was found guilty of two separate cases of Anti-Corruption Code, after which he was banned for 3 years. But later it was reduced to 18 months. Umar Akmal’s ban ends in August next month.
Being a cricketer could not explain cricket
Umar said that I had made a mistake, people contacted me directly and I could not tell the Anti Corruption Unit. Because of which I had to face a ban of 12 months. Even as a cricketer, I could not understand cricket and this time was very difficult for me. I learned a lot from this.
Pakistan’s defamation because of me
Umar said that today I agree in front of all of you that because of my one mistake, the whole of Pakistan has been defamed. So I request all of you to stay away from these things.
Umar got advice for mental treatment
Let us tell you that Umar Akmal has been in controversies in the past too. Umar Akmal, who scored a century in his first innings of Test cricket, has been a very undisciplined cricketer. Former PCB chairman Najam Sethi had even advised Umar Akmal to get his brain treated.