Written by Staff Writer
18 Feb, 2014 | 3:00 pm
Former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Zaka Ashraf on Sunday, alleged that he was threatened by the Board for Cricket Control in India for opposing the structural overhaul of the ICC.
“They were threats directed at Pakistan but our stance was clear,” Ashraf said while addressing a gathering in Lahore.
“But in the governance issue obviously our stance was clear and we could not support anything that went against our interests and our cricket,” he said.
Ashraf was removed from his post last week by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for “mishandling Pakistan’s case in the changes brought in the ICC” and was replaced by Najam Sethi.
Pakistan had abstained from the voting in the ICC board meeting in which the big three cricket nations – India, Australia and England – got a majority of the powers in the sport’s governing body.
Ashraf said the PCB’s governing board was twice taken into confidence regarding Pakistan’s official stance on the issue and their stance was clear that Pakistan should not support the structural changes.
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