IND vs PAK: Rameez Raja made a big statement as soon as he became PCB chairman, said this on India-Pakistan bilateral series

Sports Desk, Technicalguruji, Lahore

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Mon, 13 Sep 2021 05:00 PM IST

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The newly elected President of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Rameez Raja has given a big statement regarding India and Pakistan bilateral series.

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Newly-elected chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ramiz Raja said on Monday that it is impossible to resume the bilateral series with India. He said that he is in no hurry for this as his focus is only on the domestic cricket of his country at the moment. “Politics has spoiled the sporting model and we are in no hurry on this issue as we have to focus on our domestic and local cricket,” Raja said.

I will not be a president who will pass the responsibility on to other people
The king said, ‘I will not be a president who will pass his responsibility on to other people. I am ready to face everything. I will never go on the back foot in terms of two things, cricket and broadcasting because I have a lot of experience in both these areas. “I am clear that cricket may have changed over the years but the thing remains the same and that is that the team captain should be given full authority because he has to get the team on the field and get results,” he said. .’

Further, he expressed displeasure that there will be no Decision Review System (DRS) in the upcoming Pakistan-New Zealand white-ball series in Rawalpindi and Lahore. “Yes, there is no doubt that this DRS issue shows a mess and I will look into the matter,” he said. The Pakistan Cricket Board and New Zealand Cricket decided not to play next week’s one-day series under the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League due to non-availability of ‘Decision Review System (DRS)’. In such a situation, it will be a bilateral series. Both the boards have agreed that these 50-over matches will be part of qualifying for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.

Let us inform that former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja was unanimously elected as the new chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board on Monday. He has become the 36th chairman of PCB. He will replace Ehsan Mani. The term of the king will be three years. This will be Rameez’s second stint with the PCB. He was the chief executive of the board from 2003 to 2004. The special meeting of the board was chaired by the Election Commissioner of PCB, Justice (Retd) Sheikh Azmat Saeed. Rameez was nominated by Prime Minister and chief patron of the board, Imran Khan. Let us inform that Rameez Raja has played 57 Tests and 198 One Day International matches for Pakistan. He has scored 2833 runs in Tests at an average of 31.8 while he has 5841 runs to his name in One Day Internationals. Rameez has played under the leadership of Imran Khan, the current Prime Minister and former captain of Pakistan. Both Imran and Rameez were part of the 1992 World Cup squad.

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Newly-elected chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ramiz Raja said on Monday that it is impossible to resume the bilateral series with India. He said that he is in no hurry for this as his focus is only on the domestic cricket of his country at the moment. “Politics has spoiled the sporting model and we are in no hurry on this issue as we have to focus on our domestic and local cricket,” Raja said.

I will not be a president who will pass the responsibility on to other people

The king said, ‘I will not be a president who will pass his responsibility on to other people. I am ready to face everything. I will never go on the back foot in terms of two things, cricket and broadcasting because I have a lot of experience in both these areas. “I am clear that cricket may have changed over the years but the thing remains the same and that is that the team captain should be given full authority because he has to get the team on the field and get results,” he said. .’

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