Rameez Raja’s fortunes in Pakistan have taken a dramatic turn since he was removed as the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). He has been under fire from former cricketers to the present, who are now highlighting his arbitrary and apathetic attitude during his tenure. As PCB Boss. The 60-year-old was recently removed from his post following Pakistan’s humiliating 0-3 loss to England in the Test series at home.
Former Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz has joined in to condemn Rameez’s acts as PCB chairman. In a conversation with former Pakistan captain Salman Butt on his YouTube channel, Wahab expressed his surprise at Rameez being treated badly despite being a former international cricketer for Pakistan. The 37-year-old reiterated his earlier comments that he (Ramiz) had treated him with disdain when he was in a position of power.
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“After being sacked as PCB chairman, Rameez Raja said that being a former cricketer, he should not have been treated like this. That’s why I made these comments. The thing was that I called him almost four times. Was, and texted him. Two or three times,” Wahab said.
“He didn’t pick up any of my calls, nor did he reply to my messages. I just wanted to make it clear that if he is feeling bad now, I felt equally bad at that time. He should at least reply could.” ,” she hit.
Wahab further launched a scathing attack on Rameez and said that respect should be equal for everyone, irrespective of one’s status or position.
“Whatever happened to Rameez Raja was because of the government. We had no role in removing him. But if he is talking about respect, it should be the same for everyone. It doesn’t matter who This is a small cricketer, a big cricketer.” , or a former cricketer. Everyone should be treated well,” Wahab said.
Earlier, Rameez had revealed to his fans on social media how Najam Sethi-led PCB ill-treated him at the time of transfer of the chairmanship. The 60-year-old compared the sudden entry of the newly appointed officers to the raids conducted by Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
He wrote, ‘Aisa hota hai hamara kiya cricket board mein aake. These people did not even allow me to take my goods. At 9 o’clock in the morning, 17 people were doing business in the cricket board. As if someone went to the raid of FIA. (The way they attacked the cricket board. They didn’t even let me collect my luggage. Around 9 in the morning around 17 people barged into the office, it looked like Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency raided the office),” Rameez had shared.