Pakistan Cricket Board: Now PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf resigns. Nothing is going well in the Pakistan Cricket Board these days.
Zaka Ashraf, who took over as PCB Chairman about 4 months ago, also resigned on Friday evening. Suddenly the news of his resignation spread on social media on the evening of 19 January.
Earlier on Thursday, all three NCA coaches including Mickey Arthur had resigned. Even before this, after the World Cup, the head coach and director Mickey Arthur were removed from their posts. Whereas Inzamam Ul Haq had left the post of Chief Selector.
Let us tell you that everything has not going well with the Pakistan team since the Asia Cup. There was a lot of chaos even during the World Cup. After this, there was a flurry of resignations. Captain Babar Azam left his post.
Mickey Arthur left the post of director. Three resignations came together on Thursday itself. Zaka Ashraf had taken over this post by replacing Najam Sethi even before the Asia Cup.
According to the information, Zaka Ashraf was considered close to former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahbaz Sharif. Currently, the PM of Pakistan is Anwar ul Haq Kakar. Shahbaz had resigned in October.
It is often said that as soon as the PM changes in Pakistan, the cricket board there also changes. Rameez Raja was the Chief during the tenure of Imran Khan. After that Najam Sethi came, then Zaka Ashraf took the responsibility.
Three PCB chiefs have changed in the last year. According to Geo News, after resigning, Zaka Ashraf said, ‘I have always worked keeping in mind the welfare of Pakistan cricket.
But now I can’t work like this. Now it will depend on PM Kakar as to whom he nominates in my place.