PCB ad-hoc committee chief may be a former cricketer: Najmuddin
ISLAMABAD: Federal minister for sports Najmuddin Khan said that a legal draft, for making the Pakistan Cricket Board an ad-hoc, would be prepared in a day or two and sent to the prime minister.
He said that any former cricketer could be the chairman of the PCB ad-hoc committee.
Talking with media in the Parliament House Islamabad , Najmuddin Khan said that Dr Nasim Ashraf expressed his desire to continue work up to the Champions Trophy but a change in the PCB would be made before the event.
He said that the right of naming the chairman of the PCB would be given to the prime minister instead of the president after making an amendment in the PCB constitution.
The federal minister for sports said that the PCB officials would be held accountable.