JournalismPakistan.com July 28, 2013
ISLAMABAD: A former army coach has alleged that Najam Sethi, the caretaker chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), wants to serve the interests of a media house he is associated with.
The Express Tribune, quoted Major (Retd) Ahmed Nadeem Suddle as saying that Sethi only wanted power to appoint his favorites and sell media rights as he was supported by and affiliated with a media group.
Although the paper did not name the media outlet, it is obvious Suddle is referring to Geo TV where Sethi appears as a senior analyst in the program Aapas Ki Baat.
Suddle, who had moved court against Sethi, was speaking in the program Takrar on Express News Television. He said that media rights should be taken care of by a permanent PCB chairman.
Sethi was appointed as the acting chairman in June.
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