LAHORE: Former Pakistan Test pacer Sarfraz Nawaz has asked Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif to reestablish departmental cricket in the nation, underlining it helped a ton in preparing gifted players for a really long time.
In a letter shipped off the head of the state, Sarfraz said during the system of ex-state head Imran Khan departmental cricket was abrogated leaving many cricketers across Pakistan jobless.
“Ladies cricketers additionally endured a ton because of the cancelation of offices during the residency of the past government; presently as indicated by a good guess the quantity of ladies cricketers in the nation has been diminished to 45 from 200, who were accessible quite a while back,” added the 73-old Sarfraz.
Demanding that Pakistan’s current homegrown cricket framework which is working without offices introduced a miserable picture, Sarfraz said prompt activity was expected to put things doing great.
“I, in the same way as other Pakistan cricketers, profited from departmental cricket which saved our future, and I need forthcoming players [of present generation]to likewise get a similar benefit,” the right-armer added.
Presently, Sarfraz proceeded, just 192 players of six common cricket affiliations were getting the focal agreement while in the departmental framework the quantity of generously compensated cricketers was around 400.
“Sixteen local cricket affiliations were having their impact in the homegrown cricket as per the PCB constitution of 2014. Be that as it may, presently just six common affiliation groups are working.”
Sarfraz said he had mentioned the PM to restore immediately the past homegrown design which would grow the framework empowering greatest number of cricketers to take benefit from it.
“Records demonstrated that players having a place with various offices assumed an exceptionally certain part in advancing cricket and cricketers, without putting any [financial]trouble on PCB assets,” Sarfraz accentuated.
“Departmental cricket shared the PCB’s weight of liabilities, truth be told.”