London: 32 years old cricketer Abdur Rehman has tested positive in Dope Test. He is in England nowadays for county cricket and playing for Somerset. England and Wales cricket
board submitted Rehman’s sample for Dope test which came positive. English Cricket Board (ECB) has reported this case to Pakistan cricket Board (PCB).
Maximum Penalty of Doping is two years and if this happened then Rehman career will ended. According to ICC law, if any one board gave punishment to any player then it’s for all boards. It means if ECB put ban of Rehman then he will also disqualify for Pakistan Domestic Cricket.
Abdur Rehman is 17th cricketer who has been become victim of this. Earlier in 2006, Pakistani fast bowlers Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif were caught in doping scandal but later they were found innocent in International court.
Abdur Rehman will definitely appeal to exempt from ban. He may face less than two years ban penalty if he will prove that he didn’t take prohibited drugs intentionally.