Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Sindh High Court asks to change PCB's constitution

The post of the PCB director general, created in 2008 by the then chairman Ijaz Butt, may cease to exist:

The Sindh High Court has issued a notice to the PCB to change its constitution, after accepting former Pakistan wicketkeeper Rashid Latif's petition that sought a 'fair and transparent' functioning of the board.

The petition demands the scrapping of two posts in the PCB, those of the director general and the security advisor, and seeks a new constitution in line with the ICC directives. "The powers assigned to the patron of PCB, who is the president of Pakistan, are in complete disregard and violation of the Constitution, as they smack of a non-transparent and discriminatory approach of the board," the petition said.

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