KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s chairman Ehsan Mani hasn’t got an extension in his tenure, sources told ARY News.
According to the sources, Mani has started farewell meetings with people in the cricket board as his three-years tenure ends on September 4. Moreover, the PCB chairman has started shifting his important things from PCB headquarters.
Mani’s tenure in PCB’s board of governors will end on August 24.
Prime Minister of Pakistan and PCB’s Patron-in-Chief Imran Khan will give two names for the new chairman of cricket in the country.
It must be noted here that Mani had overthrown Najam Sethi as PCB chairman soon after Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf made government in the country in 2018.