Nadir Shah has been banned by the Bangladesh Cricket board.
Umpire Nadir Shah has been banned from cricket for 10 years following charges of corruption.
The Bangladeshi official was one of six Asian umpires exposed in an Indian television programme for match-fixing.
The six men were said to have stated they would be willing to fix Twenty20 matches in the build-up to the World Cup last year.
49-year-old Shah has officiated in 40 one-day internationals and three Twenty20s to date.
In the programme uncovering the sting, Shah was the only person who was filmed in person whereas the other five were all exposed via internet video chats.
Another Bangladeshi umpire, Sharfuddoula Saikat, has been cleared of any misconduct whilst Shah has spoken out against his ban.
“The decision was totally wrong as there was no proof of my guilt,” the umpire said on BBC Sport.
“They [Bangladesh Cricket Board] can’t take the decision of the basis of just video footage.”
Shah is taking legal advice in the wake of the decision and is planning to appeal to the BCB.
Along with the two Bangladesh umpires there was one official from Pakistan and three from Sri Lanka that were accused of corruption. Whilst the BCB and the Pakistan Cricket Board have already set up inquiry committees, Sri Lanka Cricket have yet to start investigating their accused umpires.
As well as the national cricket boards looking into the matter, the ICC also launched their own investigation immediately after the allegations were broadcast.