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Chairman PCB, Ch. Zaka Ashraf met all Regional Presidents in National Cricket Academy today
Lahore November 10, 2011: Chairman PCB, Ch. Zaka Ashraf met all Regional Presidents in National Cricket Academy today. It was his first interaction with the Regional Presidents since he took over PCB in October.
Shakil Shaikh (President -Regional Cricket Association Islamabad), Major (R) Syed Naeem Akhtar Gilani (President-Regional Cricket Association Rawalpindi), Mr. Aamir Nawab Khan
(President-Regional Cricket Association Faisalabad), Mr. Malik Zulfiqar (President-Regional Cricket Association Sialkot), Kh. Nadeem Ahmad (President-Lahore City Cricket Association), Prof. S. Sirajul Islam Bukhari (President-Karachi City Cricket Association), Mr. Wisal Muhammad Durrani (President-Regional Cricket Association Peshawar), Mr. Mir Haider Ali Khan Talpur (President-Regional Cricket Association Hyderabad), Ch. Muhammad Anwar (President-Regional Cricket Association Faisalabad), Prof. Inam Elahi Farooqi (Chairman Interim Committee-Multan Region) Participated. Mr. Tariq Baloch (President-Regional Cricket Association Quetta) could not attend the meeting as he was not in Pakistan.
Chairman welcomed the Regional Presidents and asked for their suggestions on development and promotion of cricket in the country. Every President gave detailed input on cricket development, infrastructure development and promotion of cricket on grass root level. They also briefed the Chairman about the issues faced by their respective regions.
PCB Chairman promised to look into the issued encountered by them and assured full support of PCB is the development of the game in the country. The Chairman also promised to visit each region in near future.