LAHORE: Former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Khalid Mahmood on Saturday shared his dissatisfaction over a statement of incumbent PCB chairman Ramiz Raja before the Us Senate Standing Committee on Sports provided this week that “Pakistan cricket could fall down if the Indian prime minister determines to quit Pakistan’s financing (from the ICC)”.
“As a previous chairman of the PCB that has actually been entailed for virtually fifty years advertising cricket in Pakistan, I discover the statement of the current chairman reportedly made before the Us senate Standing Board very stunning in which a ludicrous claim has been made that Pakistan cricket is moneyed by India as well as if Modi stops this financing, our cricket might collapse,” Khalid stated in a created statement.
“Fail to determine why the current [PCB] chairman is speaking the language of our worst adversary, but understand for a fact that earnings for ICC occasions is raised via the collaboration of all ICC members as well as distributed according to an established formula that leaves out any components of charity by or to any kind of member nation,” the statement added.
“This is an also major matter to be overlooked and calls for a radical activity at the highest level against those making such idiotic as well as unpatriotic remarks,” Khalid ended.
It may be stated right here that former opener Ramiz provided the abovementioned declaration at a meeting headed by the chairman of the Senate Standing Board on Sports Raza Rabbani.
During that rundown, Ramiz while revealing his issue over the poor situation of Pakistan cricket said he had shed his rest after checking the existing position of the PCB.