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PCB learns lesson, re-edits Independence Day video adding Imran Khan

PCB learns lesson, re-edits Independence Day video adding Imran Khan

On the commemoration of Pakistan’s 76th Independence Day, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) made an initial release of a video across diverse social media platforms. This presentation spotlighted cherished instances of victory etched into the history of the Pakistan cricket team.

Yet, the absence of former Pakistan captain Imran Khan, a pivotal figure in the 1992 World Cup champion team, within the video stirred criticism. This omission sparked allegations of partiality from ardent Khan supporters.

In response to the constructive feedback and critique, the PCB undertook measures to address the situation. They conducted a re-edit of the original video and subsequently uploaded the revised version. Notably, the updated video prominently showcases the significant contributions of skipper Khan during the triumphant 1992 World Cup.

Furthermore, the enhanced promotional material from the PCB extends beyond the horizon of the 1992 World Cup. It encompasses moments like Misbah ul Haq’s Test mace victory in 2016, amplifying the spectrum of accomplishments.

Additionally, the revised content sheds light on the remarkable feat achieved by the Pakistan women’s cricket team at the Asian Games, honoring their achievements and invaluable contributions to the sport’s growth.

Within this video, the spotlight also falls on Nida Dar’s remarkable accomplishment of reaching the milestone of 100 wickets, a historic landmark that further enriches Pakistan’s storied cricket heritage.

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