In a primary, PSX holds gong ceremony to honour PCB chief

In a first, PSX holds gong ceremony to honour PCB chief

KARACHI: For the primary time within the historical past of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) a gong putting ceremony was held to honour cricketing hero and PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja on Tuesday morning.

Ramiz Raja struck the gong on the PSX Trading Hall to open the buying and selling day amid the presence of senior administration of PCB and PSX.

Speaking on the event, Raja stated: “I thank PSX for inviting me to the gong ceremony to open the trading day. I am extremely pleased to be in these great surroundings. The trading hall and the Exchange itself as it is a unique experience for me.”

He stated that it was for the primary time that he skilled being among the many enterprise and monetary neighborhood within the capital market of Pakistan itself.

“It is my vision to see cricket growing in Pakistan from grassroots level to international level and see the day when Pakistan reclaims its former glory in cricket across the world,” he added.

PSX MD Farrukh Khan stated: “For most Pakistanis, cricket is a part of their life and not just a sport. PCB is helping to shape the future attitudes and destinies of our younger generations.”

The affect of PCB’s work goes properly past simply cricket, with necessary social and financial advantages for Pakistan, he added.

The PSX MD additional stated: “We pray for our team’s success in the upcoming T20 World cup and welcome them to PSX in the future as well.”


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