BCCI Has Not Contacted PCB For Bilateral Series: Shahryar Khan
Shahryar Khan Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) declared on Wednesday 29th of March 2017. Indian Cricket board has not contacted Pakistan Cricket Board regarding any bilateral series. Pakistan Cricket Board chairman was saying this on circulating news within Indian Media. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) apparently in search of permission from the Indian government. For the reason to play a series by way of Pakistan on a middle-of-the-road venue.
“I come to be to know about this development from side to side Indian media,” Shahryar Khan said, adding that “the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is in all probability afraid of the International Cricket Board (ICC). In addition to for that reason wants to play the series at present”.
Due to some reasons as Last year, the ICC deducted points of Indian cricket team (women) for not playing series alongside Pakistan. Declared the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman. Presently there were reports that India could play against Pakistan in Dubai. Far ahead this year if the government provides the go-ahead to the Indian cricket board.
Pakistan Cricket Cricket Board & BCCI Earlier
Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI has written to the Home Ministry; in the hunt for permission to play Pakistan to complete their obligations lower than the Future Tours. Furthermore, Programme (FTP) agreement which was on board in 2014. Earlier, when Shashank Manohar regulated it, the BCCI want to host Pakistan on behalf of a short series in 2016. On the other hand, it did not get government permission owing to rigidity concerning the two countries. In addition to the subsequent terror attacks take place on Indian soil.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has now come within reach of the Home Ministry; on the lookout for government permission. Besides this time, the Indian team is keen to play a series in Dubai. Dubai is the home place of the Pakistan team.