KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja blamed the media for creating uncertainty regarding his post.
Speaking to media here at National Stadium on Wednesday, Raja once again refuted speculations regarding his removal from the PCB office, stating 'nothing is going to happen'.
"There is no uncertainty. You [journalists] are creating this. I know the inside issues, and nothing is going to happen," Raja clarified.
"I am not going anywhere. Should I write it on a stamp paper and give it to you? I know you people want me to go and make headlines then," he bantered.
To a query about coming in media frequently once again after 6-8 months, Raja dodged the question and got aggressive on why players were kept away from media even in his tenure.
"Let me tell you, players don't want to talk to you [journalists] because you make negative headlines. They tell us that they don't want to talk to media, we don't stop anyone," he claimed.
"In my last press conference, every media house took headline on my chairmanship issue. Not even a single media highlighted our pathway program," said Raja, who firstly said talking to media is 'waste of time' for him while covering up later on by saying 'but its important to keep relations with journalists'.