Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) has reportedly dismissed rumors of a possible bilateral sequence between Pakistan and India.
BCCI’s Vice President, Rajiv Shukia, advised an area Indian newspaper that “no such dialogue has taken place inside the board”, including that the board’s stance stays similar to what it was ten years in the past. Until they get any approval from the Modi authorities, there can’t be any bilateral sequence with Pakistan, he stated.
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Earlier this week, an unnamed PCB official was quoted as saying that the board had been directed to “be ready” in case a impartial cross-border change permits each nations to satisfy on the pitch, after almost a decade of bilateral sequence being suspended amidst rising political tensions.
In the meanwhile, feedback made by the BCCI have dismissed any hopes for arch-rivals Pakistan and India to satisfy on the cricket area in 2021. Followers, nonetheless, are nonetheless hopeful of a high-octane Pakistan-India sequence within the close to future.