Next Month, the Pakistan Cricket Board Will Have a Full-Time Chairman

Next Month, the Pakistan Cricket Board Will Have a Full-Time Chairman. Next month, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expected to undergo a leadership transition. Mohsin Naqvi, the temporary chief minister of Punjab province, is the most likely candidate for the chairmanship, according to insider information. Elections for the next chairperson of the Board of Governors (BoG) will take place when the interim management committee’s term ends on February 4.

Insiders say that after Pakistan’s general elections on February 8, the PCB plans to announce Naqvi as the next chairman. The members of the BoG who would supervise the election process have been finalized by the election commissioner and Shah Khawar, the acting chairman of the PCB.

Notably, Naqvi has been appointed to the BoG by Anwar ul Haq Kakar, the interim prime minister of Pakistan and Patron-in-Chief of the Board. Mustafa Ramday, another of the prime minister’s nominees, is a member of the BoG.

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But Naqvi can only become the elected chairman when he resigns as Punjab’s acting chief minister, which won’t happen until after the general elections are over.

The PCB has experienced severe leadership turnover in the middle of these changes, having three chairs in less than three years. Zaka Ashraf, Najam Sethi, and Ramiz Raja are in the line of succession.

This leadership change occurs at a critical time for Pakistani cricket, as the team’s recent struggles, such as losses in T20I series in New Zealand and Test series losses in Australia, highlight the need for stability and strategic direction at the PCB.

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