ISLAMABAD: The Nationwide Meeting Standing Committee for Inter-Provincial Coordination was irked when the Pakistan Cricket Board failed to point out figures pertaining to any worker apart from the chairman.
Moreover, sources near the event informed Geo Information that the PCB’s accounts haven’t been audited since 2018, and the figures introduced have been unaudited figures from 2019, somewhat than the final yr’s information.
This got here to mild after the cricket board’s bills and revenues have been introduced to the NA standing committee in a gathering on Monday.
An in-camera session for the standing committee assembly was held on the request of PCB as “delicate info” needed to be shared.
In accordance with paperwork seen by Geo Information, PCB’s bills below the previous chairperson have been Rs4.3bn in 2017 and Rs5.13bn in 2018.
The paperwork acknowledged that in 2019, the PCB spent a complete of Rs5.94bn.
Bills pertaining to the chairman’s residence, journey allowance/every day allowance (TA/DA), medical allowance, home and worldwide enterprise class journey have been offered, however none for any of the workers, together with the coaches.
The committee was informed that Rs627.7 million was spent on restore and upkeep work alone, whereas Rs616.3m was spent on the development of cricket.
The paperwork acknowledged that Rs2.38bn every was spent on home and international tournaments, whereas Rs1.6bn have been spent on organising matches at impartial venues and in Pakistan.
No particulars pertaining to the crew’s home and international tour bills have been shared.
In accordance with the unaudited paperwork, the PCB earned Rs10.69 billion in 2019.
From international excursions that yr, PCB earned Rs4.42bn, the paperwork confirmed.
The cricket board, by means of the matches organised in Pakistan and different impartial venues, earned Rs5.41bn.
It additional earned Rs707.9 million by way of funding and curiosity and Rs238 million by means of sponsorships and logos.
The PCB didn’t share any particulars about its investments and financial institution deposits for 2019 with the standing committee in the course of the assembly.