The leader of the PCB will be the new ACC president after Jay Shah’s tenure


The Asian Cricket Council also known as ACC is a cricket organization that was established in 1983, to promote and develop the sport of Cricket in Asia, subordinate to the International Cricket Council(ICC), the council is the continent’s regional administrative body and currently consists of 25 member associations. Currently, Jay Shah is the president of the Asian Cricket Council.

What happened at the meeting held in Bali for the growth of ACC?

After an integral meeting that was held in Bali, Indonesia, it has been decided that the prestigious ACC presidency will be given over to Pakistan in 2025. The delegation that represented Pakistan was led by the Acting Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Chief Election Commissioner Shah Khawar, alongside Chief Operating Officer (COO) Salman Naseer.

According to a source, Khawar refused to be a silent spectator in the meeting and continued to raise objections at several stages of the proceeding. Also, the President of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), Shami Silva suggested that the ACC extend Jay Shah’s presidency for yet another year.

The future of Asian Cricket in the hands of Pakistan : 

It is also worth noting that it has been decided that after January 2025, a PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) representative will be the president of the ACC for a brand new two-year term. Furthermore, there was a delay in the passage of the previous meeting’s minutes, and even after Naseer had written a letter about it, there was no response given on the same.

A representative from the PCB is all set to take over the presidency in 2025. The chairmanship of the ACC is rotated regularly and after Bangladesh, it was Sri Lanka’s turn. As Shah’s tenure comes to an end in 2025, the leader of the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) will be taking the reins for the upcoming term.

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