Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif want to serve jail sentence in Pakistan: Uncomfortable with the attention they are receiving from the other prisoners, the Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif wants to be transferred to a prison in his country to serve his sentence for his involvement in the scam fixation point. According to a report in ‘The Independent’, cricketers, who were convicted of conspiracy to cheat and conspiracy to accept corrupt payments “have asked to be returned to their country of origin to serve the remainder of his sentence.”
Former Pakistan captain Asif test cap and pacemakers have, “his lawyers said he would rather be sent to a jail in Pakistan, because the care they are receiving from other inmates is leading to fears for their safety. A high court application is expected to be within the next eight weeks. ” The cricketers were taken prisoners of Wandsworth Prison in south London to Canterbury in Kent prison this week. Canterbury Prison holds convicted foreigners in the United Kingdom and the inmates are usually deported to their countries at the end of their sentences.
Asif Butt and feel if they are to be deported at the end of it, then you might as well serve their sentences in their own country. A British businessman Dalaw Asif Chaudhry Pakistan met in jail this week and said the players are not imprisoned very pleased with the attention they are attracting. “These are high-profile detainees who are concerned for their safety. We only have each other in this country and feel very vulnerable. Their families are very worried about them,” he said.
“Both Asif and Butt-have said that if they will be deported at the end of their sentences, which seems likely, then they should be allowed to leave Britain as soon as possible and finish his sentence in a jail in Pakistan”, which he said. Asif was jailed for a year and the top of two and a half years for his involvement in a spot-fixing scandal last year.
A Pakistani cricketer third convicted in the scam, 19-year-old Mohammad Aamer pacemaker, is serving his sentence of six months in a young offenders’ institute. The lawyers representing the top is appealing against the sentence handed down to him. “He wants to be returned to Pakistan as soon as possible, but we will also be appealing against the severity of his sentence. We thought it was too hard,” said one source.
Chaudhry, meanwhile, criticized Asif and Butt-to try to return to Pakistan, saying the two could receive VIP treatment in the Pakistani cricketers there.Two convicted jail setting and given prison sentences by a court in the United Kingdom have called back to Pakistan, to serve the remainder of his sentence, Britain’s The Independent.Former Test captain Salman Butt and fast bowler Mohammad Asif have told their lawyers that they would prefer to be sent to a jail in Pakistan, because the care they are receiving from other inmates is leading to fears for their safety . At the request of Superior Court is expected to make in the next eight weeks, the newspaper said.
The former international cricketers made the request to return to Pakistan after being transferred this week from Wandsworth Prison in south London to Canterbury in Kent prison, which specializes in the celebration of foreigners convicted in the United Kingdom. Most of the prisoners held in prison in category C are deported at the end of their sentences. Asif Butt told the lawyers and closest I’d rather be in jail in Pakistan.
The report says: “The British influence Pakistani businessman Asif Chaudhry Dalaw visited this week. He said the former pace bowler and Butt-shared a cell and refused to leave her because of the excessive attention they are receiving from the other inmates. ” Asif was jailed for a year and a cap of two and half years for his involvement in a fixing point scandal in which agreed pre bowling-ball return any money during the trial of Lord against England in the summer of 2010.