KARACHI: Ramiz Raja’s appointment as the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) was suggested by former Test cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz to Prime Minister Shehbaz.Raja was deemed unfit to lead a company like PCB by Nawaz in a statement he made on Tuesday.
The shocking and embarrassing loss of Pakistan’s cricket team to Zimbabwe in the T20 World Cup, he continued, “disappointed every Pakistani.”In his recommendations for drop-in pitches and a four-nation T20 tournament, the former fast bowler claimed Raja had displayed naivete.
By disregarding the development programme at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), he, according to Nawaz, has harmed the careers of aspiring cricketers.He claimed that Raja had failed to restart club cricket and had showed little interest in holding elections for cricket associations.
After the Pakistani team’s T20 World Cup loss to relative unknowns Zimbabwe, former cricketer Sikander Bakht also criticised Raja and the team’s management.
Raja was asked to resign by the former Test cricketer. Ramiz Raja, chairman of the PCB, ought to step down right away.