KARACHI - From middle to low grade, employees of the Pakistan Cricket Board have remained unaffected from the enormous cash in-flow flooding the national cricket after Pakistan's historical victory in the T20 world cup.From the President of Pakistan, who is also the patron of the PCB, to the prime minister and the presidents of the banks, all have announced millions of rupees for the members of Pakistan team that brought much awaited joy to the millions of Pakistanis with their courageous performances in the championships. But the lower-cadre employees of the PCB were left out of these announcements. Each member of the Pakistan team is expected to earn close to Rs. ten million each from the cash awards that is being showered from all sides.The employees of the PCB would remain unaffected and may not get anything from the current financial windfall. Employees from Lahore to Karachi and elsewhere were keeping their fingers crossed in the hope that someone would remember them and may suggest that some benefits should also be given to them. There is a tradition in the PCB that whenever the team wins an international trophy or a Test match or the team performs well in Test series, it had announced awards for the low-grade employees in the shape of increments or victory bonus. Chairmen of the PCB in the past had always remembered awarding low grade employees along with test stars. The PCB may have forgotten their employees but the president of the NBP Syed Ali Raza remembered low-grade employees of his institution. In a function organised here the other day to honour those employees of the bank who were members of the winning team, Syed Ali Raza also announced that he had made permanent 100 contractual employees. The NBP announced Rs. one million each to Kamran Akmal and Muhammad Aamir and Rs. half a million each to Fawad Alam and Salman Butt. ZTBL after honouring Abdul Razzak also announced one month's victory bonus to its employees in sports department.