The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has declared a reward for its ground staff who worked enthusiastically during the fifth version of Pakistan Super League which was held altogether in the nation for the first-since forever time this year.
The PSL-V, which was sorted out from Feb 20 to March 17 must be ended due to Covid-19 at the semi-last stage booked for March 17 at the Gaddafi Stadium.
Prior, during the occasion numerous matches were upset because of downpour which required a great deal of endeavors of the ground staff to make the ground playable, particularly the matches in Rawalpindi and Lahore.
In huge numbers of those matches, the additional endeavors propelled by the ground staff made the play conceivable.
“Upwards of 63 ground staff across Karachi, Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi will get a 50 percent reward on their compensations for the long stretch of August. Moreover, the board will likewise give a prize of Rs 10,000 to five non-PCB utilized day by day bets,” a PCB public statement said on Friday.
“That the fans were treated with excellent cricketing activity and advanced toward stadia everywhere throughout the nation was to some degree because of the easy work of these 68 ground staff who delivered top notch cricket pitches other than getting ready faultless outfields that brought about riveting cricketing activity.
The group participation at all four settings was a stunning 87 percent,” the official statement included.
PCB Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer stated: “The ground staff have an unpleasant activity. Their work is absolutely critical in smooth execution of cricket matches so it is critical that their work is recognized and they are rewarded for their endeavors.
“Our ground staff were exceptional during the HBL PSL prior this year particularly when they were faced with antagonistic climate conditions. They worked with extraordinary devotion nonstop to convey top-quality pitches and outfields, which created probably the most energizing T20 matches.
“After quite a while, we are currently hoping to have the entirety of our cricket back in the nation and with the astounding work of these ground staff, I am certain our fans will be treated with top-quality cricketing activity when first class cricket resumes in the nation.”
Granting the reward to ground staff is a decent advance and ideally the PCB will likewise rethink its choice of halting the month to month commitment of 240 ground staff and custodians to get them its overlap as they all are cricketing resources.
The PCB, it might be referenced that, following up on its new constitution presented on Aug 19, 2019, had abrogated the 16 regional cricket associations, with whom these guardians and ground staff were working. While some part of their month to month pay rates were being offered by their separate regional bodies, another bit was being paid by the PCB. In any case, after the PCB halted its commitment, they were not prepared to carry out the responsibility just on the part being offered by their regional bodies the same number of them left the working. It brought about creation a significant number of them jobless.