Former cricket stars meet Naek
LAHORE: Former captains Wasim Akram, Rameez Raja and Saeed Anwar are hopeful the present government will take necessary steps to help the game of cricket revive in Pakistan.
The former cricketers met Federal Law Minister Farooq H Naek in Lahore on Sunday to discuss the failing state of the game in the country.
The law Minister told media afterwards that the players discussed the appointment of a new Chairman and the necessary amendments in the PCB Constitution.
He also confirmed the players suggested inviting a World XI side to play in Pakistan so that international cricket resumes in the country.
The former cricketers also spoke on the occasion, providing their services free-of-cost for the revival of Pakistan cricket.
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