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Fundamental changes have taken place at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), its chief Ramiz Raja Replaced by Najam Sethi. As PCB’s new boss addresses the media on Thursday, questions about the “Asian Cup controversy” are bound to be asked. While Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah flatly refused when the question of sending players to Pakistan for matches arose, ex-PCB chief Ramiz Raja threatened in return not to send the Pakistan team Sent to compete in India. 2023 ODI World Cup. When Sethi was asked about his thoughts on the whole subject as PCB boss, he said it was “too early” to comment.
At a media briefing, Sisi said: “It’s too early for me to say. These issues will be discussed with internal committees. I don’t know what decisions were taken by the previous regime. I read a lot, but it’s not clear if we It would be better to review the situation and decide what message we want to communicate. But when it comes to India, it all depends on the decision of the Pakistani government. Guidance only comes from there. “
Sethi was also asked about the selection of Pakistan for the New Zealand series. When asked about his opinion on the team, Sethi said now is not the right time to suggest whether the team should make changes.
“The cricket team has been declared. I don’t know if it’s reasonable to make any decisions now as to whether we should change anything or whether we should keep the team as it is. There are two views and we’ll discuss it. It will be more if there are no more questions.” Well, because we haven’t made any decisions about it. If the team hadn’t been announced, we might have approached it with new ideas, but that opportunity might not exist anymore. But we’ll see,” he stressed.
With the arrival of Najam Sethi, the PCB also restored the 2014 constitution.
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