Lahore, June 20 Najam Sethi has withdrawn from the race to develop into the following chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
The 75-year-old journalist turned cricket administrator, who took over as interim chairman of the PCB in 2022 after former Pakistani batter Ramiz Raja stepped down, introduced his determination on Twitter.
He acknowledged that he doesn’t need to “be a bone of rivalry between Asif Zardari and Shehbaz Sharif,” and that the battle’s instability and uncertainty are dangerous for the PCB.
“Salaam everybody! I don’t need to be a bone of rivalry between Asif Zardari and Shehbaz Sharif. Such instability and uncertainty will not be good for PCB. Beneath the circumstances, I’m not a candidate for the Chairmanship of PCB. Good luck to all stakeholders,” he tweeted.
As per reviews, Sethi and Ashraf have a historical past of competing for the Pakistan Cricket Board’s management. In 2013 and 2014, they have been embroiled in a protracted authorized battle over the place.
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