Pakistan’s centrally-contracted cricketers will contribute Rs 5 million to the nationwide government’s emergency fund to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Mani on Wednesday stated aside from centrally-contracted gamers contributing Rs 5 million, the workers within the board, up to the senior supervisor degree, will contribute their at some point’s wage.
Those employed as normal managers or on increased posts will give two days’ wage to the fund.
“The PCB will collect all these funds and deposit it to the government’s coronavirus fund,” he stated.
Pakistan has recorded greater than 1,000 optimistic circumstances of the lethal virus, which has claimed greater than 19,000 lives everywhere in the world.”It is the historical past of the cricket board that we all the time stand by the government in tough occasions,” Mani stated.
The PCB has already given its excessive performances centre in Karachi on the nationwide stadium to be utilized by paramedical employees working on the particular coronavirus hospital arrange on the expo centre within the within the metropolis.
Mani stated although cricket has been disrupted by the virus outbreak however it was way more necessary for the nation to stand by the government and in addition take all precautionary steps throughout the pandemic.
Pakistan’s centrally-contracted gamers are entitled to month-to-month salaries starting from Rs 5 to 12 lakh apart from match price and different earnings.