Manohar sterns to PCB

The proposed bilateral series between arch rivals India and Pakistan has been stagnant after Indian government rejected any possibility of cricketing field actions between these two countries.

According to Board of Control for Cricket in India, a follow up meeting between the Indian board authorities and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) took place in presence of International Cricket Council Chairman in London this week.

A cricket board official stated to Indian express about the opinion of Shashank Manohar upon the issue.

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“Mr. Manohar was very forthcoming in the meeting as he said, ‘there is no need for any of this legal thing. India not playing bilateral series against Pakistan is a government decision and I would advise PCB to maintain the relation with BCCI’,” – BCCI official said quoting Shashank Manohar.

Pakistan Cricket Board had earlier sent a notice of dispute to the BCCI for allegedly dishonoring the bilateral commitments.

Acting BCCI Secretary Amitabh Chowdhary represented the Indian Board in the meeting while Pakistan Cricket Board is represented by Chairman Shaharyar Khan and Najam Sethi.

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