Ramiz Raja accepts PCB chairman post

ISLAMABAD: Former Pakistan cricketer and renowned commentator Ramiz Raja has accepted the post of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman, as per Cricbuzz.

“The aim is to reset Pakistan cricket’s GPS and will be in pursuit of excellence,” Ramiz Raja was quoted by the website as saying.

Cricbuzz reported that the decision was made today. Three days earlier, he had told the website, after meeting the prime minister, “I have given him (Imran Khan) my plans. He will make a call.”

Speaking to news reporters, Raja said he had been informed of becoming the new chairman of the board through a communique from the PM’s Office.

“After being elected — as the new chairman — by the board of governors, I will address a press conference,” he said and expressed he had many plans for PCB.

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