Sethi had been appointed by the former prime minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif to be the chairmanship of PCB along with Arif Ejaz. In a meeting by the Board of Governors, Sethi was unanimously elected and as left unchallenged for the post.
Sethi was elected new Chairman PCB upon completion of Shehryar Khan's duration.
This will be the third time Sethi will head PCB, as he was also the chairman from June 2013 to January 2014 and February 2014 to May 2014.
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Wasim Akram had also thrown his weight behind Sethi ahead of the election.
"Many people before him discussed the idea of PSL but no one was able to materialise the plans".
Najam Sethi, who had served as the chairman of the cricketing board and is credited for the successful show of PSL final in Lahore, had emerged as a clear favourite for the post once again after the tenure of 83-years-old chairman Shahryar Khan ended. "One point agenda, Election of Chairman PCB". "He made the PSL a big success and he will do the same with PCB", said Rashid Latif.
"Now with the inclusion of the sixth team, it will become better and better and in the end, the benefit is for Pakistan cricket", he added.
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