DR. NAUMAN NIAZ: Few hours ago who happened to be MD PTV, has now became an ex-MD


Hours after the arrangement of Dr Nauman Niaz as the overseeing executive of Pakistan Television (PTV), the request was ‘held in hold’ around the same time until the point when additionally take note.

A warning discharged by the Ministry of Information declared on Wednesday that Dr Nauman will assume responsibility as the PTV MD with quick impact.

“Dr Nauman Niaz (T.I.) has been designated as Managing Director, Pakistan Television Corporation,” the official Twitter handle of PTV News said.

In any case, the request was stopped simply following a couple of hours and PTV News needed to erase its tweet. The Ministry of Information rapidly withheld the arrangement and stated, “The request of the care for charge of MD, PTVC appointed to Dr Numaz Niaz, Director Sports/Syndication is held in suppression with prompt impact and till additionally arranges.”

As per media reports, a crack ejected between previous PTV MD Ahmed Nawaz Sukhera and Information Secretary Arshad Mirza on the issue of arrangement which brought about absolute disarray. Sukhera, the previous data secretary, designated Dr Nauman as overseeing course of the state channel before venturing down from his position, be that as it may, Mirza rapidly pulled back the requests after assuming responsibility as the new data secretary, they included.

Bits of gossip guaranteed that there are close to home grievances between the two authorities over the issue. While the ex-data secretary needed Dr Nauman to wind up PTV MD, the recently named data secretary protested from the choice and expelled him from the position straight away.

Dr Nauman has been the host of PTV Sports program “Amusement On Hai” for quite a long while. He has welcomed a few national and global sportsmen in his show.

He is an eminent cricket journalist, student of history, essayist, and anchorperson. Dr Nauman likewise filled in as media organizer and the media director of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) amid the 1990s.


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