The ICC has imposed a 14-year ban on Indian national Meher Chiakar for corrupting Emirati cricketers in violation of anti-corruption rules.
According to media reports, Indian-born Mihar Chiakar has been banned by the ICC for 14 years for fixing matches on various occasions, in which he has been declared guilty of violating 7 provisions of the Anti-Corruption Code. .
The ICC says that Maher Chiakar was found guilty of breaching rules and attempting to fix matches in the 2019 series between Zimbabwe and UAE in Ajman.
According to the report, the Indian citizen incited the cricketers to fix by violating the anti-corruption rules in the Canada Global T20, while trapping Emirati cricketers Qadeer Khan and Ghulam Shabbir in his net and offering them fixing.
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