Malik, Hafeez, Riyaz and Aamir will get match charges just like & # 039; A 'class gamers


Karachi: Match charges have been hiked after senior cricket cricketers Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Aamir had been denied a central contract by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
These 4 gamers have been knowledgeable that since they don’t have a central contract, they’ll now get match charges to the & # 039; A class cricketers. Earlier he was being paid equal to the & # 039; C class cricketers.

A supply with information of the matter stated, & # 039; & # 039; These 4 gamers had advised the Board's Chief Government Officer Wasim Khan that they had been being handled unfairly regardless of not getting the central contract and so they weren’t being given the top-class match price of senior gamers.

The supply stated, & # 039; & # 039; Earlier, as a consequence of not having a central contract, they had been getting paid match charges of the C class gamers, which price round Rs. 202,000 (Pakistani) for the ODI and There’s a provision of a lesser quantity for T20 Worldwide. Now they’ll get match charges equal to A class gamers. There’s a provision of Rs.46,000,000 per day for ODI and Rs.330,000 per thirty days for T20 Worldwide.

The board, nevertheless, rejected one other request from the gamers looking for compensation for not collaborating within the abroad T20 league as a consequence of being with the nationwide workforce. He advised, & # 039; & # 039; the board has stated that it can’t present any compensation for this and the gamers have to provide precedence to nationwide obligation.

Hafiz was compelled to withdraw from the Sri Lanka Premier League after being included within the squad for the current tour of New Zealand, inflicting a lack of practically Rs 1 crore. The board additionally rejected his plea to affix the workforce late on the tour to New Zealand. (Company)

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