The inaugural T20I between Pakistan and England was played at the National Stadium in Karachi, and ticket sales from the match brought in Rs13 million for the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund.
PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said that they were happy to announce that Rs13 million had been raised, and that all proceeds from the first T20I against England would be donated to the PM Flood Relief Fund.
He stated that the collected money would be sent to the PM Relief Fund and PCB saluted all those engaged in the relief work and stands solidly behind all those affected by the catastrophe.
The PCB chairman praised everyone who had contributed to the noble cause of helping the helpless.
According to PCB Chief Executive Faisal Hasnain, Karachi’s spectators have proven that they shared the pain of everyone who had been impacted by the monsoon rains and floods, which had left over a million homeless and almost 1,500 dead.
The England team is in Pakistan to play a 7-match T20I series.