PCB begins downsizing

Thursday, November 20, 2008

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has begun downsizing to minimize monetary burden of the board.

In the first phase, the PCB has retrenched 60 employees including regional development managers and general managers.

According to the PCB sources, the regional offices were set up four years ago and an expenditure of five million rupees was incurred annually on the people posted on various positions in the board.

Now the board expressing non-confidence on the performance of the regional offices have relieved off the employees.

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