Prime Minister Imran Khan has thanked Ehsan Mani for his contribution to cricket in Pakistan throughout his three-year tenure as Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman.
Taking to Twitter, PM Imran Khan stated: “I particularly respect his establishing, for the primary time, a regional home cricket construction in Pakistan and his function in bringing again worldwide cricket groups to Pakistan.”
Earlier, PM Khan authorized a framework for the promotion of College Cricket specifically and Home Cricket normally, advising the Central Punjab Cricket Affiliation for implementing the mannequin in its entirety.
The prime minister took a presentation on Home Cricket in Pakistan, with a particular deal with College Cricket. The presentation was made by the Chairman of Central Punjab Cricket Affiliation (CPCA), Abdullah Khan Sumbal.
As per particulars, the prime minister appreciated the mannequin developed by CPCA, an organisation that works underneath the PCB, and referred to as for its replication throughout Pakistan strategically.
He asserted his whole assist to the College Cricket Championship starting in Central Punjab from September 15 and acknowledged that College Cricket had immense potential to generate and groom actual cricketing expertise.
“Happy to overview efforts of Punjab for revival of college cricket, particularly function of Central Punjab Cricket Affiliation,” he stated in a tweet.
“870 faculties and 231 school grounds, 355 sports activities services developed throughout Punjab. I urge all provinces to deal with reviving sports activities & offering sports activities services for our youth,” he added.
Chief Secretary Punjab highlighted the numerous function of the Punjab Authorities on this main initiative.
The assembly was additionally attended by Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Dr Fehmida Mirza, Particular Assistant to PM Dr Shahbaz Gill, CEO PCB Wasim Khan and CEO CPCA Khurram Niazi.
In the meantime, Mani resigned on Thursday and PCB will elect its thirty sixth chairman on September 13 in Lahore.