PCB’S Governing Body Starts Functioning

Written by Fahd Mirza on November 8th, 2007   (37 views)

After the ratification and promulgation of Pakistan Cricket Board’s Constitution, first meeting of the governing board of PCB will be held on Friday in the National Cricket Academy, Lahore. This meeting will be presided over by the chairman PCB Dr. Nasim Ashraf.

Though the constitution has been promulgated and the governing body will meet, but still the body is incomplete, as regional representatives of this governing body are still to be nominated. The last date for the nominations of regional representatives for the governing body is 8th November, but there are still no signs of it to be completed on time, and the first meeting will most likely be held without them.

Chief Patern of Pakistan Cricket Board General Pervez Musharraf has given the approval of the names of two former cricketers and six technocrats for the governing body, which include Ijaz But, Intikhab Alam, Ali Raza, Moeen Afzal, Munir Hafiz, Aslam Sanjrani, Farooq Rehmatullah, and Justice Ijaz Yousuf.

Though it’s not confirmed but, for the first meeting, PCB has invited some regional representatives from different cities of the country. In the 9th November meeting, Shakeel Sheikh will represent Islamabad region, Wisal Durrani will be from Peshawar, Mian Munir from Multan, Dr. Mohammad Alishah from Karachi, but still there are no reports from Lahore and Gujranwala.

According to the constitution of PCB, the meeting of governing body will be called after every three months. New constitution also enables governing board to nominate chief operating officer and chief financial officer, and in the first meeting there is a chance that Shafqat Naghmi and Hasan Ahamd might lose their jobs.

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