Hamid Shinwari, on Monday (September 20) was sacked as the CEO of the Afghanistan Cricket Board.
On Monday, a gathering of individuals entered the ACB office and requested that the CEO be supplanted. Another CEO, Naseebullah Khan, has been selected in Shinwari’s place.
“Recently I was terminated,” Shinwari told Cricbuzz on Tuesday (September 21). It is discovered that a gathering of individuals having a place with the Haqqani organization, an accomplice in the Afghanistan government, is behind the move.
Shinwari had been the worldwide regulatory face of the ACB since the brutal takeover of the country’s administration by the Taliban last month. He had made an ardent request to the world cricket local area after Australia chose not to have Afghanistan in a Test due to the country’s treatment of ladies in open life and in the brandishing field.
The ACB, in the interim, keeps on being going by Azizullah Fazli, who took over as administrator of the board following the difference in government.
Afghanistan cricket has been seeing changes on the field as well. Rashid Khan, seemingly the greatest star from the nation, surrendered fighting the determination of the public group for the following month’s Twenty20 World Cup. Mohammad Nabi was delegated commander later in the midst of claims that administrator Fazli had meddled in the determination of certain veterans, who are accepted to be over the hill.