He said Prime Minister Imran Khan had urged upon merit and accountability and Ehsan Mani
should follow his directions in cricket also.
, a Chartered Accountant, will return to his profession nearly after 17 years.
To a question, Mani
said his recent meeting with head coach Mickey Arthur in London was a routine interaction.
, 86, died on Tuesday at 4.57pm at a hospital in Kochi where he was admitted for chest infection.
appreciated the cooperation of the Sindh Government and all the local law-enforcing agencies.
further said that he was warned against the holding of all eight PSL eliminators in the provincial metropolis due to security concerns but he rejected the suggestion as the cricket governing body was committed to bringing the entire league to Pakistan.He further praised the provincial government to lend their help for the successful holding of the fourth edition of the celebrated league and contributing towards the revival of international cricket in Pakistan.
said that logistical issues due to the suspension of flight operations were controllable and that the PCB would manage them.
When asked about favouritism and passing on benefits to blue-eyes and government had made it clear there would be no nepotism in the PCB then what is the purpose of hiring an army of individuals and that too on hefty amount besides perks and privileges while the PCB is facing huge financial loses, Mani
replied: 'I won't talk on these things, we are taking steps, which are in the interest of Pakistan cricket and the changes will bring more than desired results in due passage of time.'
Having closely followed the situation, Khan - who is believed to be on good terms with both Sethi and Mani
- has decided to intervene in order to ensure that the situation does not deteriorate further and is resolved outside the court.
Accompanied by President FATA Olympic Shahid Khan Shinwari, Ehsan Mani
, said Prime Minister Imran Khan has a true spirit and will make Pakistan a progressive country in the world of sports and other sectors.
also dismissed rumours to hand over the Test captaincy to Azhar Ali by saying: 'Azhar's decision to retire from the limited overs was totally his personal decision and this impression is wrong that he made this decision to get Test captaincy.'
The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Murtala Mani
, disclosed this at a news conference in Sokoto on Wednesday,