Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has terminated the services of their regular employees who have attained or crossed the age of 60 years and those affected include chief operating officer Wasim Bari. A PCB official said Board's HR committee informed around 15 employees that their services were no longer required as they had become ineligible under the service rules act. "The service rules states that employees who turn 60 have to be retired and unfortunately this list includes some very senior people," the official said. The list includes besides Bari, the general manager of domestic cricket Shafiq Ahmed, umpires manager Khizar Hayat, and former Test player Ehteshamuddin, who works at the national cricket academy.