Mohsin Khan, the nominee of the Chief Minister of Punjab, has been elected as the new Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). His appointment comes after Mustafa Ramday, Mohsin Khan’s sole opponent, withdrew from the race in his favor. Mohsin Khan’s tenure as PCB Chairman has been set for three years.
The decision to appoint Mohsin Khan was made by the members of the PCB Board of Governors. Following his ascension to the position of Chairman, Mohsin Khan will assume the responsibilities of overseeing the PCB’s affairs, taking over from Shah Khawar, who served as the interim Chairman after the resignation of the previous Chairman.
Until Mohsin Khan takes charge, Shah Khawar will continue to serve as the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board. The selection of the PCB Chairman was made during a meeting chaired by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the PCB, Shah Khawar.
Mohsin Khan’s appointment as PCB Chairman marks a new chapter in the administration of Pakistan cricket. With his vast experience and expertise, he is expected to lead the PCB with diligence and dedication, striving to enhance the performance of the national cricket team and promote the development of cricket at all levels in the country.
Under Mohsin Khan’s leadership, the PCB aims to address various challenges facing Pakistan cricket, including improving the domestic cricket structure, nurturing young talent, and enhancing the overall governance and transparency of the board’s operations.
Mohsin Khan’s appointment as PCB Chairman is a significant development for Pakistan cricket, and fans and stakeholders are hopeful that his tenure will usher in a new era of success and progress for the sport in the country.