Lokuhettige was found guilty on all three counts after being formally charged in November 2019 before a three-member tribunal, the International Cricket Council said.
ICC Anti-Corruption Unit chief Alex Marshall said they had not been presented with any evidence that would merit an investigation into the allegations of the 2011 World Cup final being fixed.
'No one is greater than the game', cricketing fraternity reacts as Shakib Al Hasan receives two year ban from ICC
Fellow Bangladeshi cricketers expressed their shock over the Shakib Al Hasan ban for two years for failure to report bookie approaches.
While the Ahmed brothers, Irfan and Nadeem were banned for life, their Hong Kong teammate Haseeb Amjad also received a ban for five years for match-fixing
The ICC however cleared that the investigations do not involve the upcoming five-match one-day series, one Twenty20 match and a one-off Test between England and Sri Lanka.
Salman Butt to play in Dhaka Premier League after being cleared of any wrongdoing in Ajman All-Stars T20 tournament
Butt has committed to a full season for local giants Mohammedan Sporting Club, a club captained by Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan.
The ICC confirmed that there is "strong evidence" to indicate that the Ajman All Stars tournament is a "corrupt event" but at the same time clarified that the parent body cannot take action as it is not under their sanctioning purview.
International Cricket Council investigating UAE's private Ajman All Stars League after farcical dismissals go viral
A match in the Ajman All Stars League, which is not sanctioned by the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), saw several batsmen appear to throw their wickets in bizarre fashion, by running themselves out or getting stumped without trying to return to the crease, even when the wicketkeeper fumbled.
Sri Lanka Cricket claims ICC probe didn't yield anything after allegations of match-fixing in 2011 World Cup final
Former Sri Lanka cricketers Arjuna Ranatunga and Pramodya Wickremasinghe levelled allegations of wrongdoing on SLC in context of the 2011 World Cup final.
ICC ACU chairman Sir Ronnie Flanagan said the ICC is close to signing a MOU with the UK's National Crime Agency that will enable a greater level of intelligence on cricket corruption to be shared between all police forces in the United Kingdom.
The ICC Anti Corruption Unit has stepped up its fight against corruption and are close to signing memorandum of understandings (MOUs) with police agencies in United Kingdom, South Africa and India.