PCB’s ground staff seek help from PM Imran Khan


Lahore: Ground staff from across the country seek Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s Patron-in-Chief and Prime Minister Imran Khan’s help in resolving their salary issue. 

As many as 250 employees of various cares, positions have collaboratively written a letter to PM Khan requesting him to take their salary issue under consideration. “Our salaries are due since December 2019 which has caused financial crisis for us,” the letter read.

The letter said that the stoppage was temporary as the cricket board dissolved all cricket bodies across the country in August 2019. But, since no new bodies are formed, they are deprived of salaries since January 2020.

It must be noted here that PCB revamped domestic structure in 2019, dissolving departments and other cricket bodies in the country. Last month, the cricket body revealed a model constitution to set a path for clubs and cricket bodies to resume.

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