The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) on weekday force up the chairman of the West Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) over his comments created. It happened when the announcement of the ACC calendar 2023-24 and the pathway structure. PCB’s interim chairman Najam Sethi criticized Jay Shah for presenting the framework and calendar in a “unilateral” manner. Now, the Asian cricketing body has hit back, suggesting that the calendar was shared with all members, together with the Pakistan Board, on December 2022. However, there was no response from their side. Anyhow, other members shared their opinion on the program and structure.
“Thank you @JayShah for unilaterally presenting @ACCedia1 structure & calendar 2023-24, particularly regarding Asia Cup 2023 West Pakistan is that the event host. whereas you’re at it, you’ll additionally scrutinize our PSL 2023 Structure and Calendar! A prompt response would be appreciated,” Sethi had commented.
In response, the ACC statement read: “It has returned to our notice that Shri Najam Sethi, Chairman, PCB has created an inquiry into the ACC Chairman. Unilaterally, finalizing the calendar and saying the same. ACC desires to clarify that it’s followed well-established and due process. The calendar was approved by its Development Committee and Finance and promoting Committee during a meeting hung on December 13, 2022. Also Read: Trolled! Urvashi Rautela drops a photograph of Mumbai hospital where Rishabh Pant is admitted; netizens call it ‘harassment’, ‘stalking’
The calendar was then communicated separately to any or all the taking part members. Together with the West Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), through an email on December 22, 2022. Whereas responses were received from some member boards, no comments or urged amendments were received from the PCB.
In read of the above, Mr. Sethi’s comments on social media platforms are unwarranted and are powerfully disproved by ACC.”