The salary increase will be awarded to 192 players with national contracts with immediate effect, the PCB said.
The increase in monthly retainers will now allow national players in first-class and 11th-grade competitions to earn between 140,000 and 250,000 per month.
The PCB said the new president ordering a salary increase for players in all categories means that those in the lowest D category will see an increase of around 250 percent in their monthly withholdings.
“It is our duty to take care of our cricketers and continue to take steps that strengthen our system,” Ramiz said.
“This will also play an important role in ending any uncertainties surrounding the current structure of cricket; the well-being of current and former cricketers is paramount to me.”
The new president also said that the board will soon launch an U19 T20 league to strengthen the age group structure and ensure that young cricketers are fully equipped for the modern game.
Ramiz also promised a great improvement in the quality of pitching in national cricket, insisting that bowlers have to work hard to get grounds and hitters have conditions in which they can score big.