The 74-year-old is the chairman of a 14-member committee formed after the approval of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif
The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Management Committee, Najam Sethi, talked to the media after reaching PCB headquarters in Lahore.
The 74-year-old is the chairman of a 14-member committee formed after the approval of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. Ramiz Raja is no longer chairman of the cricket board.
The management committee has full executive powers to effect the restoration of Department cricket, the nomination of the Board of Governors and election of the chairman.
"We will work to restore the constitution, the governing board will be restored to its original form, after that a new setup will come, the main goal is the restoration of domestic cricket, cricketers will get employment, a meeting will be held in the next two or three days," Najam Sethi told reporters.
Najam Sethi added that the media will be informed about the decisions taken in the meeting "I have come after four years, there is a lot of work to do," he added.
Earlier, Najam Sethi was received by senior officials of PCB on his arrival at Gaddafi Stadium.