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Ehsan Mani refuses to take bullet proof car and PSL chairman allowance

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani has taken practical measures to cut down board’s excessive expenditures.

According to Daily Express, Mani has refused to take bulletproof car and allowance of 500, 000 PKR as head of Pakistan Super League (PSL).

The bulletproof car was worth 30 million PKR and tender for it was already issued by the board. Despite insistence from board members Mani opted against spending such a hefty amount on his personal welfare.

Mani also decided to rescind special monthly allowance handed out to head of Pakistan Super League — something which was approved during the tenure of former PCB Chairman Najam Sethi.

PCB has also issued complete details of chairman’s expenses and benefits from 2014 till September 30, 2018 as part of its transparency policy.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ehsan Mani has taken practical measures to cut down board’s excessive expenditures.

According to Daily Express, Mani has refused to take bulletproof car and allowance of 500, 000 PKR as head of Pakistan Super League (PSL).

The bulletproof car was worth 30 million PKR and tender for it was already issued by the board. Despite insistence from board members Mani opted against spending such a hefty amount on his personal welfare.

Mani also decided to rescind special monthly allowance handed out to head of Pakistan Super League — something which was approved during the tenure of former PCB Chairman Najam Sethi.

PCB has also issued complete details of chairman’s expenses and benefits from 2014 till September 30, 2018 as part of its transparency policy.

Photo: PCB

While at other side Former chairman of PCB Najam Sethi threatens too sue PCB.

Former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi on Sunday dismissed the cricket board’s report on details of money spent during his term.

A day earlier, the cricket board issued details of expenses and benefits of PCB chairmen from 2014 to Sept 30, 2018. As per the details, Sethi spent over Rs70 million during his four years as PCB chairman.

However, Sethi in a tweet said, “Clearly motivated by new mafia at PCB. Distortion of facts and figures. This defamation will not go unchallenged.”

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