Cricket World Mourns the Loss of Former PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan

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Shaharyar Khan, the former chairman of the PCB, dies at age 89
The board announced on Saturday, March 23, 2024, that Shaharyar Khan, the former chairman of the PCB, had passed away at the age of 89.

“The Pakistan Cricket Board, through its Chairman, the Board of Governors and employees, expresses deep sadness and sorrow over the passing away of former PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan earlier this morning, in Lahore,” read a press release released by the organization on Saturday. At the age of 89, he

“He served as the Chairman of PCB for two different terms, from August 2014 to August 2017 and from December 2003 to October 2006,” the statement went on. Shaharyar Khan furthermore served as the group’s manager.

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“The PCB pays heartfelt condolences to Shaharyar Khan’s family on his sad demise and wishes to always remember him as one of the vital characters in bringing cricket back to Pakistan during the last decade,” the press release from the cricket board said in expressing their sympathies to Shahrayar’s family.

“On behalf of the PCB, I express my deep condolences and grief over the passing of former Chairman Shaharyar Khan,” said PCB Chairman Mohsin Naqvi, expressing his sorrow. He gave Pakistan Cricket his all as an administrator and was a good man.

“Pakistan Cricket will always be grateful to the late Shaharyar Khan for his outstanding leadership as the board’s head and for his contributions to the expansion and advancement of the sport in the nation,” Naqvi continued.

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