LAHORE: Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Khalid Mahmood and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif met on Sunday to discuss the nomination of a new chairman for the sports governing body.
According to reports, the meeting discussed a wide range of administrative and cricket issues, including the appointment of a new PCB chairman. The prime, on the other hand, gave no hint that the board will be changed immediately.
The prime minister and Mahmood considered a number of candidates for the position of next chairman of the national cricket regulatory body, including Najam Sethi, Zaka Ashraf, and Mahmood himself.
Shehbaz, on the other hand, suggested that there are far more pressing concerns at hand, and that now is not the time to replace the PCB.
Following Imran Khan’s resignation from power, there were reports that Ramiz Raja, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board, would be fired due to the change of administration.