‘We will try not to keep any space for favouritism’ says Mohsin Khan


The former Test cricketer, Mohsin Khan is confident to address cricketing issues in a best possible way while chairing the PCB’s newly formed cricket committee.

Mohsin while talking to the media said that the committee will work collectively for the betterment of cricket.

“We need to work together which will help us bring positive changes in our cricket circuit,” he said.

Mohsin also assured that no favouritism will be entertained during their stay with this committee and that is what the PCB chairman wants from them.

“We will try not to keep any space for favouritism as it will harm the status of this committee,” he said.

Pakistan’s veteran pacer, Wasim Akram will play an important role while working with this committee.

Akram while talking to the presser said that it is an opportunity for him to serve Pakistan once again.

“I am glad to join this cricket committee and really looking forward to work for the betterment of cricketing affairs in the country,” he said.

Akram who is also working with one of the franchises of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Multan Sultans said that his next sixth-month schedule is quite busy but he will manage his time to work with the cricketing committee.

“I have shared my six months schedule with the PCB hence we will coordinate accordingly,” he said.

Former Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq appreciated the PCB for assigning a separate cricket committee which will help them solve issues in an appropriate way.

“All praises to the PCB as this committee will help them address issues in a proper way,” said Misbah who thinks that a lot of things need to be tended especially at domestic level.

Misbah asked the PCB to keep checking the committee to get the things into the right shape.

“We will give our best but the board should keep a check on us or even on every department of the PCB,” he added.

Urooj Mumtaz who will represent women’s cricket in the committee thanked Mr Ehsan Mani to keep women’s representation in this committee.

She said that women’s cricket is doing well but some issues are still looking for the board’s concentration.

“Our team is doing well and the things are running quite smoothly but still some concentration is needed to further enhance women’s cricket,” she said.

The PCB’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Subhan Ahmed said that the cricket Committee will only advice the board regarding cricketing matters.

“This committee has only the right to advise the board regarding cricketing matters and nothing else,” Subhan said.

It is pertinent to mention here that Haroon Rasheed, Zakir Khan and Mudassir Nazar will be PCB’s representatives in this committee.