Updated: April 3, 2020 9:59:23 pm
Pakistan batting nice Javed Miandad has demanded that players who’re found guilty of corruption in cricket needs to be hanged for bringing their nation into disrepute.
Speaking on his Youtube channel, the previous Pakistan captain stated he had no sympathies for players who bask in fixing of any kind and commit treason with their groups and nation.
“Players who are involved in spot-fixing should be severely punished,” he stated.
“Spot-fixers needs to be hanged as a result of it’s much like killing somebody and so the punishment must also be on the identical strains. An instance needs to be set in order that no participant even thinks about doing one thing like this.
“These things go against the teachings of our religion (Islam) and should be treated accordingly.”
Pakistan’s skilled allrounder Muhammad Hafeez had trigged off a debate on whether or not players found guilty of corruption needs to be allowed to return to the Pakistan staff with many, together with former skipper Shahid Afridi, weighing in together with his views.
Miandad, a veteran of 124 Tests, insisted that the Pakistan Cricket Board was not doing the precise factor by forgiving such individuals.
“PCB is not doing the right thing by forgiving them. People who bring these players back should be ashamed of themselves,” he stated.
He additionally claimed that players who betrayed their teammates and nation shouldn’t be forgiven on even humanitarian grounds.
“I feel these players who are found guilty are not even sincere to their own families and parents or they would never do this. They are spiritually not clear. These activities are not good at all on humanitarian grounds and such people don’t deserve to live,” he stated.
He lamented that in Pakistan it has turn out to be straightforward for such players to bask in corrupt observe, make unlawful cash after which use their sources and affect to get again into the staff.
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