Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday (March 27) during a meeting for improvement of cricket in the country rejected all plans proposed by the Pakistan Cricket Board to improve the domestic cricket.
The meeting was attended by Secretary Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC) Akbar Durrani, Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ehsan Mani, Lt. Gen (Retd) Muzamil Hussain, Waseem Gulzar Khan, Subhan Ahmed, Mudasar Nazar, Haroon Rashid and other.
As soon as Haroon Rasheed started the briefing, the prime minister said, “I have played cricket for 40 years hence he doesn t need any briefing on it, adding that if the member wants to improve cricket they have to do it without taking into account vested interests.” He remarked that no one has improved cricket yet and only exceptional talent come out without any support from the system.The premier directed the PCB to structure the first class cricket as present in Australia with six teams, two from Punjab and one each from every province
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17 November, 2019