Pakistan-India series: PCB writes letter to BCCI for confirmation (The Express Tribune (Pakistan))

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Shahryar Khan, on Wednesday wrote a letter to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to confirm the December series in the UAE, reported Express News.

Shahryar wrote in the letter that Anurag Thakur, secretary BCCI, should make the series possible in December’.

He further stated that: Politics is vulnerable to highs and lows and the sport of cricket should be kept away from it.”

Cricket is a tool to formulate peace between the countries.”

Read:Shahryar Khan rejects Zaheer Abbas’ suggestion to play home series in India

He also highlighted the issue that BCCI has with Ten Sports.

We have given the broadcasting rights to Ten Sports and Internationl Cricket Council (ICC) accepts the channel’s bid.”

Earlier, Shahryar said that the series between Pakistan and India was nearly impossible because of BCCI’s resistance.

Read:Pakistan-India series in December not possible now, says Shahryar Khan

On ICC president Zaheer Abbas’ suggestion to play the home series in India, Shahryar also stated that we are not going to play our home series in India’.

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