LAHORE: Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi has been elected unopposed as the new chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for a term of three-year.
The decision was made during the PCB Governing Board meeting held at the National Cricket Academy.
The eagerly anticipated announcement followed a significant gathering at the esteemed National Cricket Academy, where representatives from various regions and organizations convened to participate in the electoral process.
Notably, the Governing Board, comprising influential representatives from diverse regions and organizations, emphasized the inclusivity of the election proceedings.
The responsibility of overseeing the election process was assigned to Election Commissioner Shah Khawar, who conducted the proceedings with diligence and impartiality.
Speculations had previously suggested that Caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi was a frontrunner for the position of PCB Chairman.
His nomination gained momentum, bolstered by his distinguished role as the caretaker chief minister of Punjab, which undoubtedly enhanced his candidacy.
With his extensive experience and demonstrated leadership qualities, Mohsin Naqvi is well-positioned to lead PCB into a new era of excellence and innovation. His election underscores a collective commitment to advancing the interests of Pakistani cricket and instigating positive reforms within the organization.
As he assumes the role of PCB Chairman, all eyes will be on him to guide the board towards sustained success and progress in the years to come.