KARACHI: Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC)’s chairman Sultan Shah urged Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s chairman Ramiz Raja to increase the salaries of blind cricketers.
While talking to the media, Shah said blind cricketers are paid too less and there must be an increase in their salaries just like domestic players.
“PCB chairman increased salaries of domestic players so there must be an increase in salaries of blind cricketers,” he said.
Talking about upcoming tours of Pakistan, Shah said they are lined up to play against South Africa and India. “South Africa will tour Pakistan in January next year. India has asked for permission from its government to come to Pakistan. If they don’t come here, we’ll organize this series at a neutral venue as both teams are at the top in world blind cricket,” he concluded.