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'Disgraced' Pak pacer Mohd. Aamer warns to do no corruption in anti corruption video

London, Thu, 05 Apr 2012 NI Wire

Disowned Pakistani bowler Mohammed Aamer, who was convicted for spot fixing in a Lord's Test Match held between England and Pakistan in 2010, is now warning cricketers against the repercussions of indulging in any kind of corrupt practices in the sport.

Aamer, who has completed his punishment and was released from a UK jail in February, has appealed to the cricketers to avoid from any sorts of corruption including spot fixing in an official released video from Anti-Corruption and Security Unit of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

ICC has uploaded this five-minute video on its official website: icc-cricket.yahoo.net

Aamer along with two Pakistani players Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif were convicted for indulging in spot fixing in a Lord's test match held between England and Pakistan in 2010. Aamer was found culpable of purposely bowling no-balls as part of a plan devised by Butt and agent Mazhar Majeed, who is also now serving a jail sentence. Aamer was sentenced for six month by a British Court while disgraced Pakistani players Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif had also been sentenced of 30 and 12 months of imprisonment respectively. Both of the players are still in the jail.

--With ANI Inputs --


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