ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan took suggestions from former Test cricketer Ramiz Raja related to the chairmanship of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), ARY News reported.
According to the details, Raja was asked by PM Khan in yesterday’s meeting that who will suit as the PCB chairman.
“Who can be the best candidate for PCB’s chairmanship,” PM Khan was quoted asking the former cricketer.
“Whoever you want to. You can make a better decision regarding this matter,” Raja replied.
The two former cricketers further discussed possible options to improve Pakistan’s cricket in a separate meeting at PM House on Monday.
Reports had claimed that Raja is the strong candidate to become the new PCB chairman after Mani’s three-year tenure ends on September 4.