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Asad Rauf Video Viral On Social Media, Is Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf Runs A shop Scandal Explained!




Asad Rauf Video Viral On Social Media, Is Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf Runs A shop Scandal Explained! Asad Rauf, a former ICC Elite umpire, was caught in a scandalous act. He is now selling shoes to Pakistan. Asad Rauf was an umpire for the ICC for a while, but he wasn’t an official in any form cricket for a few decades. Sources have confirmed that he switched to business in order to earn a living. He owns a shoe shop in Landa Bazaar (Pakistan).

Asad Rauf Video Viral On Social Media, Is Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf Runs A shop Scandal Explained!




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After serving as an umpire for more than 150 international cricket matches, he decided to start his own business in order to make a better living. He didn’t find it easy to be an ICC umpire. After being removed as an official ICC umpire in Pakistan six years ago, Asad Rauf has been running his own business.

Rauf is the only official to have been in 49 test matches, 98, OCI matches and 23 T20 matches. His involvement in match-fixing later on cut short his tenure and forced him to resign from his official position. Six years ago, he was expelled from the ICC’s official umpire position. He was devastated by the incident of fixing and needed to make a living. He decided to go into the shoe business.

He was also accused of assaulting a model and physical abuse. The internet has seen a picture of him with the model in intimate circumstances. The interview was conducted by the 66-year old former umpire. He was also asked whether he had been missing cricket. He replied that he had quit cricket and doesn’t want to be a part anymore.

The former umpire not only runs a Pakistani shoe shop, but also has some spare space that can be used to sell clothes. Landa Bazaar is also known for its cloth market and low-priced shoes. He has denied any involvement in match-fixing and the charge of match-fixing. He stated that the reason he opened a shoe shop was to have bread and butter.




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