Prime Minister Imran Khan called on Director International Cricket Operations of Pakistan Cricket Board Zakir Khan along with renowned ex-cricketers.
According to the details, the cricket stars included former West Indian captain Sir Richard Benjamin Richardson, former New Zealand speedster and renowned commentator Danny Morrison, former opener of the national team and popular commentator Rameez Raja and former player of the national team Zarak Khan, Prime Minister Office Media Wing in a press release said.
During the meeting matters relating to cricket came under discussion.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan welcomed the Bangladesh cricket team, which is currently touring Pakistan to play a two-test series of World Test Championship to the joys and excitement of this cricket savvy nation.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, the former skipper of the 1992 World Cup triumphant Pak cricket team, on his twitter account also expressed his satisfaction over the return of long format of cricket to the country.
“I welcome the Bangladesh cricket team to Pakistan and the resumption of test cricket in Pakistan,” he posted on his Twitter account.
The Bangladesh team had arrived here to play all formats of cricket. The two teams played three T20s in January. The first test is being underway at the Rawalpindi cricket stadium whereas a one-day international (ODI) and a test match would be played in Karachi in the month of April.
The return of the international formats of the game has been a boon to Pakistan cricket.
Moreover, the fifth season of Pakistan Super League will also kick off with much fanfare from February 20, featuring internationally famed stars as members of Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Peshawar Zalmi, Quetta Gladiators, Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans.