Ramiz Raja, the previous Pakistan commander, was chosen consistently and unopposed as the executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board, for a three-year-term, in a Special Meeting on Monday (September 13).
The gathering was managed by the PCB Election Commissioner, Mr Justice (retd) Sheik Azmat Saeed. Raja was designated for the situation by Imran Khan, the supporter in-head of the board.
Tending to the BoG following his political decision, Raja said: “I’m appreciative to every one of you for choosing me as the PCB Chairman and anticipate working with you to guarantee Pakistan cricket proceeds to flourish and develop further, both on and off-the-field.
“One of my key centers are going to be to assist present within the Pakistan men’s cricket crew an identical culture, mentality, disposition and approach that when made Pakistan one among the most dreaded cricket playing countries. As an association, we as a whole need to get behind the public group and give them the ideal help and backing so they can create that brand of cricket, which the fans likewise anticipate from them whenever they tread on to the sector of play.
“Clearly, as a previous cricketer, my other need will be to investigate the government assistance of our over a significant time span cricketers. The game has and will consistently be about the cricketers and, accordingly, they merit additional acknowledgment and regard from their parent organization.”
Raja addressed Pakistan in 255 global matches, from 1984 to 1997, scoring 8,674 runs. In 2003-04, he had likewise filled in as the CEO of the board under the chairmanship of Shahryar Khan.