KARACHI: The newly elected president of the Pakistan Disabled Cricket Affiliation (PDCA) Rashid Latif has demanded that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) embrace disabled cricket in its structure.
Chatting with the board of administrators right here on Wednesday, Rashid stated that this distinctive cricket was getting widespread the world over and PDCA had performed an important position in it.
He stated the ICC ought to organise one occasion yearly for these cricketers. He additionally stated there ought to be extra bilateral collection. He thanked the chairman PCB Najam Sethi, CEO Subhan Ahmed and GM Home Shafiq Ahmed for supporting PDCA.
He stated PCB might simply give Rs5 million per yr to PDCA to rearrange higher amenities for the cricketers. He promised carrying on the work in response to the aims set by former president PDCA Salim Karim. He stated he would attempt to produce higher outcomes.
He stated that he is aware of that a number of disabled gamers are dealing with monetary issues. He stated he would attempt to resolve their issues. “We now have information concerning the issues of the gamers and we’ll attempt to clear up them,” Rashid stated.
He added that he would personally work on the talents of the gamers and groom the younger expertise. He introduced Sabih Azhar (Rawalpindi/Islamabad), Jawed Ashraf (Lahore), Jameel Kamran (Multan) and Aslam Breach (Quetta) as the brand new members of the board.
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