Questions are being raised in Pakistan cricket circle on the logic behind awarding 10 million rupees to chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq for Pakistan’s victorious Champions Trophy campaign.
The rest of the selectors including Tauseef Ahmed, Wasim Haider and Wajahatullah Wasti were given one million each at the Prime Minister’s reception held for the Champions Trophy winning squad in Islamabad on Tuesday.
“It makes no sense to give the chief selector such a huge amount while the head coach and other coaching staff have got five million rupees each for the Champions Trophy win,” former chief selector, Iqbal Qasim said.
“Then why this disparity between the money given to the chief selector and other selectors,” he questioned.
Another former chief selector and ex-head coach, Mohsin Hasan Khan said he could not fathom how the head coach who was part and parcel of the campaign in England could be given five million and the chief selector who did not even travel to England double the amount.
“And when have chief selector’s ever been rewarded with cash prizes if the team has done well. The same money could have been used for better development purposes,” he said.
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