By Iram Salim
Jehangir Tareen, a close friend of Prime Minister Imran Khan, is making relevant to the PTI government in one way or another, this time around his son buys the rights of sixth franchise team of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), thanks to another buddy of Imran Khan Ehsan Mani.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had set the reserve price at $5.21 million per year for a period of seven years. “This reserve price has been exceeded by the bid winners. The spot for the sixth team was up for grabs
after Multan Sultans were disqualified after appearing in just one edition of the league held early this year, PCB said.
Earlier the PCB terminated the agreement which gave franchise rights of Multan Sultans PSL team to the Schon Group due to their inability to meet the financial obligations under the PSL agreement. The 2019 edition of the PSL tournament will kick off with an opening ceremony and match in Dubai on February 14. Ali Tareen after winning the franchise said “a team from South Punjab has once again been included in the PSL. We will search for talent throughout the region. “Through PSL, young talent advances,” Tareen junior said.
In the recent by-poll of Senate, Jehangir’s sister Seemi Ezdi won. Now after Mani’s induction who replaced Nawaz Sharif’s pick
controversial Najam Sethi, obliged in a way to PM Khan’s righthand man Tareen.
Let politicians continue befooling people who one day realise that for power such politicians can go to any extend. Pak Destiny