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Zaka Ashraf Resigns As Chairman Of Pakistan Cricket Board

Zaka Ashraf Resigns As Chairman Of Pakistan Cricket Board

Zaka Ashraf, on Friday, made the decision to step down from his role as Chairman of the PCB Management Committee and as a member of the Board of Governors (BoG). This move was communicated through his resignation, which has been sent to caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar. The resignation follows Ashraf’s appointment to the PCB’s Board of Governors on July 6, 2023, taking over the position from Najam Sethi as head of the Management Committee.

During a committee meeting, Zaka Ashraf highlighted the circumstances that led to his decision, expressing his concern about the challenging working environment that hindered effective teamwork for the betterment of cricket. He shared his perspective on the inability to function cohesively as a team, leading to his conclusion that the current conditions were not conducive to achieving the desired objectives.

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In his statement, Ashraf mentioned that the process of nominating his successor now rests with the caretaker Prime Minister, Anwaarul Haq Kakar. This resignation marks a significant development in the leadership of the Pakistan Cricket Board, introducing a change in the top management structure.

Zaka Ashraf’s departure from the PCB Management Committee comes at a crucial juncture for the cricketing body. The Chairman plays a pivotal role in overseeing various aspects of cricket administration, making decisions that impact the direction and development of the sport in the country.

As the cricketing community awaits the decision on Ashraf’s successor, the change in leadership raises questions about the future direction and strategies that will be implemented by the new appointee. The dynamics of cricket administration in Pakistan may see shifts in policies, initiatives, and governance as the PCB adapts to the evolving landscape of international and domestic cricket.