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Prime Minister Imran Khan has hinted at completing revamping the Pakistan Cricket Board during a meeting with members of that 1992 world cup winning team.
As per details garnered, the premier also took suggestions from the former cricketers. Khan—in the huddle—informed attendants that he is eyeing revolutionary changes in administrational structure.
Linking improvement with changes in first class cricket, PM Khan vowed to award key positions to former cricketers in the [to be] revamped board.
The huddle was attended by PCB chief selector Inzamamul Haq, Wasim Akram, Ramiz Raja, Waqar Younis, Javed Miandad and others.
After meeting Raja tweeted, “Impressive spread of wickets catches and runs … a great one hour meeting with PM Imran Khan after the oath ceremony. Spoke brilliantly and candidly about being PM and how to set cricket right. Pakistan, I am glad to report that we are in safe hands…”

Abdul Gh Lone