Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ramiz Raja sent out a firm warning to officials of the board pocketing massive salaries.
The former cricketer and the current PCB chief addressed the board’s directors, lower management as well as ground staff members at the Imran Khan enclosure in Gaddafi Stadium two days ago.
He issued a warning to the employees, urging them to reduce expenses, as directed by Prime Minister Imran Khan, who he claimed had told him about all the ways he saves cost at the Prime Minister House and the Prime Minister Office.
“We have to cut the expenses of the board. Have one cup of tea instead of two, use the air conditioner less and turn off the lights when you leave your offices,” said Raja.
Furthermore, he also asked the board to ensure that Pakistan team surges to the top globally.
"If our team does not become the number one team in the world, there is no reason for all of us to stay here. We have to work to justify our presence here,” he said.