PCB not concerned for visually impaired cricketers: PBCC
ISLAMABAD (DNA) – The dejected Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) has expressed disappointment over the approach of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) towards the visually-impaired cricketers, saying despite ardent efforts, they were not getting time for a meeting by the latter.
Chairman PBCC Sultan Shah in a letter last week said, I had requested PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani for a meeting to discuss matters related to PBCC budget. “PBCC had requested for a short meeting from September 2 to 4, but I have not received any reply from PCB on the matter yet,” he told.
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