The list of extravagant salaries of PCB officials has been unveiled as the figures were presented in front of the National Assembly's standing committee on Wednesday
The list of extravagant salaries of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials has been unveiled as the figures were presented in front of the National Assembly's standing committee on Wednesday.
It was revealed that the highest paying PCB official is foreign physiotherapist Cliffe Deacon, who is earning just over Rs. 2 million on a monthly basis. PCB Head Coach Saqlain Mushtaq and Chief Selector Muhammad Wasim earn just over Rs. 1.3 million and Rs. 1 million respectively.
As previously reported, the National Assembly standing committee previously took notice of PCB's expenses which included accounts of financial transactions, official tours, and general expenditure.
The hefty salaries have now been unveiled, which shows that most PCB officials are not only earning a lot of money but are also enjoying extra perks offered by PCB simultaneously.
Director Media and Communications Sami Burney, and Director of High-Performance Nadeem Khan are both earning Rs. 1.3 million whereas Director of International Cricket Operations Zakir Khan bags 0.85 million per month.
The Chief Financial Officer Javed Murtaza, Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer, and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Najeebullah Soomro all earn a little over Rs. 1.2 million.
Moving down the hierarchy, the Director Human Resources Serena Agha, and Director Security and Anti Corruption Asif Mehmood both take a paycheck of Rs. 0.85 million.
Lastly, Rs. 0.6 million is the payout for both GM Logistics and GM Finance and Accounts. The positions are occupied by Asad Mustafa and Ateeque Rasheed respectively.
CEOs of Provisional Cricket Association teams all earn Rs. 0.5 million which includes Muhammad Abdul Sabur (Souther Punjab), Anwar Saleem Kasi (Balochistan), Babar Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Najeeb Sadiq (Northern), and Abdullah Khurram Niazi (Central Punjab).
In addition to this, the PCB officials are eligible for extra perks which include car, fuel, mobile balance, and much more.
PCB also has 23 cars enrolled under its command, details of which have also been shared with the standing committee. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja has been given 2021 Honda BRV, CEO has been allocated 2019 Honda Civic, and Saqlain Mushtaq has been given 2014 Honda City.