Since then Ramiz Raja was sacked as the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), several stakeholders of the game in the country voiced their opposition to him. Now, Pakistan’s veteran racer Wahab Riaz also criticized the PCB management formerly led by Ramiz, who is also a former Pakistan cricket team captain. Riaz, who played 27 Tests, 91 ODIs and 36 T20I games for Pakistan, said the old management never paid attention to player requests.
“We had a lot of difficulties with the board before,” Wahab Riaz is quoted as saying. by Pakistani Cricket in an interview with Samaa News.
The veteran tempo driver said he felt unwanted. “We’ve been told things like, ‘You don’t know how hard it is to adjust you, nobody can keep you on a team,'” Wahab said. “It made us feel as if we were some loolhay langhray player who never achieved anything in the game.”
Wahab added that former PCB chairman Ramiz Raja never responded to his texts or calls. “I’m a current cricketer, I’m not retired. Why doesn’t he ever answer me?” he asks. “If the people who work under you aren’t happy, that says a lot.”
The Pakistan Cricket Council on Wednesday threatened legal action against Ramiz Raja after a war of words broke out between the Board’s new management committee and the former chairman following his untimely departure. abnormal.
“The Pakistan Cricket Board has expressed its disappointment over the comments and language used by the former Chairman, Mr. Ramiz Raja, against the Chairman of the PCB Management Committee, Mr. Najam Sethi, on a media platform. social media and in a television interview,” PCB said in a statement. .
“PCB believes that the comments made by former Chairman Mr. Raja were intended to tarnish and damage the impeccable reputation of the current Chairman, Mr. Sethi, adding that it has the right to pursue proceedings. legal framework to protect and protect the image and reputation of the President and his organization.”
Last Thursday, Raja was removed from the position of PCB chairman by the country’s government, the government appointed a 14-member committee, headed by Najam Sethi, to run the affairs of the game in next four months. After being fired, Raja alleges that he was not even allowed to bring his belongings from the board office after the government suspended the constitution.
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