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Three advisers to former PCB chief sacked

LAHORE: According to a notification, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday sacked three advisers to former chairman Najam Sethi.

The dismissed advisers included Salahauddin Sallu, Shakeel Sheikh and Izad Syed. Sallu had been posted in Karachi for the past five years.

The development comes days after former International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Ehsan Mani was elected as the new PCB chairman. Mani replaced Sethi who resigned from his post as PCB chairman on August 20.

On Thursday, former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar had resigned as adviser to the former PCB chairman.

The former star cricketer was appointed as the adviser in February this year.

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