LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan has resigned from the post after his powers were curtailed.
- Wasim Khan steps down as PCB CEO after developing differences with Ramiz Raja.
- Sources say the PCB CEO was unhappy over his powers being curtailed.
- Wasim Khan’s tenure was set to expire in 2022.
Wasim Khan resigned the day before in a meeting with PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja.
In a short statement, the PCB confirmed the development but did not provide any more information. “As is customary, the Board of Governors will convene later today to discuss the matter,” it said.
Former chairman Ehsan Mani appointed Wasim Khan in 2019 to modernise the board’s operations on a three-year contract that was due to end in 2022.
“We’ve begun the process of reorganising the PCB, and we now have an experienced management team leader in Wasim who will supervise the execution of the Board’s decisions.” His first task would be to oversee the reforms of domestic cricket structure,” Mani had said when he had announced Wasim Khan’s appointment.