Jatin Kashyap Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, Biography & More

Jatin Kashyap

Jatin Kashyap is an Indian cricket umpire who was charged by the International Cricket Council (ICC) with breaching the anti-corruption code in 2023.


Jatin Kashyap was born in Bathinda, Punjab. He pursued his graduation at Government Rajindra College, Bathinda in 2008. He also pursued hotel management in 2009 at Columbia Business School, Singapore. He also pursued a bachelor’s degree in physical education at Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur. [1]Jatin Kashyap – Facebook

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 7″

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Jatin Kashyap


Parents & Siblings

There is not much information about his parents and siblings.


In 2013, he started his career as a cricket umpire. In 2014, he started umpiring at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium. In 2016, he started working as a cricket trainer at Baba Frid College, Bathinda. He has officiated in district-level matches in Punjab but was not part of the BCCI panel. According to ICC, since 2019, he has not officiated in district matches and did not umpire in Punjab cricket’s umpiring circuit.


  • On 22 May 2023, the International Cricket Council (ICC) charged him with breaching its anti-corruption code which led to an investigation into “international matches in 2022”. There was no reason given for The ICC did not specify the incidents which led to the investigation.
  • In an interview, ICC stated that he was charged with “failing or refusing, without compelling justification, to co-operate with the Anti-Corruption Unit’s (ACU) investigation in relation to possible Corrupt Conduct under the Code…including (without limitation) failing to provide accurately and completely any information and/or documentation requested by the ACU (whether as part of a formal Demand pursuant to Article 4.3 or otherwise) as part of such investigation.” The second breach according to ICC was “obstructing or delaying the ACU’s investigation in relation to possible Corrupt Conduct under the Code…including (without limitation) concealing, tampering with or destroying any documentation or other information that may be relevant to that investigation and/or that may be evidence of or may lead to the discovery of evidence of Corrupt Conduct under the Code.” After the allegations, the ICC gave him 14 days to respond to the charges.


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