Peshawar Zalmi chooses to remain silent

The protest is in response to the most recent statements that PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja and CEO Faisal Hasnain have made regarding cricket activities in Peshawar. Javed Afridi, the owner of Peshawar Zalmi chooses to remain silent, has decided to make a silent protest, and will not attend the HBL PSL 8 Draft, which is scheduled to take place today in Karachi.

Javed will also miss the meeting of the PSL Governing Council. The protest is in response to the most recent comments made about cricket activities in Peshawar by PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja and CEO Faisal Hasnain.

READ ALSO: The duo stated last week that foreign teams and players are not permitted to travel to Peshawar for PSL and international matches. Foreign cricketers are instructed to travel to KP, Balochistan, with caution.

This has hindered their efforts to revive cricket in Peshawar Zalmi chooses to remain silent, according to Zalmi sources. The statements have affected the city negatively. Both the Hayatabad Cricket Stadium and the Arbab Niaz Stadium are in the process of being built, with the intention of hosting high-profile cricket matches in the near future. PCB received it last week.

These cutting-edge stadiums have each been constructed at a cost of nearly 2 billion dollars.

The PCB tried to persuade Javed, but he remained steadfast. Zalmi has decided not to respond regarding this development. World News Sports

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