Pakistan Cricket Board ex-chairman Ramiz raja has revealed that he received death threats during Pakistan’s Australia tour.
In an Interview, Ramiz Raja was asked about having a bulletproof car worth Rs 13.5 million at the expense of the PCB.
He said, “That vehicle was given because I received death threats, during the tour of the Australian team, I received death threats, after that the DIG and the police came to my house and reported. I was given a car which is now with the PCB, now they will use the vehicle by the new chairman committee.”
“No person can get a bulletproof vehicle unless he has received death threats, which is why I was given a bulletproof vehicle,” Raja said.
On the other hand, after Justice Qayyum’s report on match-fixing, Ramiz Raja said that there should not have been any room in anyone’s team, including Wasim Akram.
While answering questions regarding working with the two persons after the report he said that if he had the right to decide at that time, he would never work but because at that time he did not have the power to decide so, we were told that you have to work and play with them.