Lahore. Newly-appointed Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja on Monday said resumption of a bilateral series with India is impossible and he is in no hurry as his focus is only on the country’s domestic cricket structure. Is. The 59-year-old former captain was unanimously elected the chairman. He formally took charge on Monday.
Former Pakistan captain Rameez admitted that the post of PCB chairman is one of the most difficult roles in cricket. “It is a huge challenge and the Prime Minister (Imran Khan) had looked into all aspects before handing over this responsibility to me,” he told a press conference.
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When asked about the possibility of resumption of the bilateral series between India and Pakistan, Rameez said, “It is impossible right now, because politics has affected sports badly and the status quo is now.” We are not in a hurry in this matter as we have to focus on our domestic and local cricket. He also expressed disappointment over the non-availability of Decision Review System (DRS) during the limited overs series between Pakistan and New Zealand to be played in Rawalpindi and Lahore.
Rameez said, ‘This DRS issue shows that there is something wrong somewhere and I will look into it.’ Along with this, Rameez was also asked about the match between India and Pakistan in the T20 World Cup to be held in Dubai on October 24. He said, ‘When I met the players of the Pakistani team, I told them that this time the equation should be changed and the team should be 100 percent ready for this match and it should perform well in it.’
The PCB chief said that he wants the national cricketer to play cricket without any hesitation. “We should also be ready to face problems and lose matches. I told the players that they should not worry about their place in the team and play fearlessly.
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