KARACHI: PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has explained if the proposed India-Pakistan bilateral series is not held inside of the next thirty day period it would not be achievable to have a single for the next a single 12 months.
“I will not see the sequence going on in the subsequent one particular yr if it is not held at this time as equally groups have international commitment during 2016,” Khan stated.
He also manufactured it obvious that the bilateral sequence with India that is nevertheless undecided and the Entire world T20 have been two independent things.
“This is a bilateral series between two nations the Planet T20 is an ICC event.”
But the PCB main said in an job interview that the PCB will have to seek its government authorization to ship the team to India for the Globe T20 in March.
“We are checking the scenario but presented the current atmosphere in India with regards to Pakistan we will have to inquire our government for permission whether the stability predicament is ok for us to send out our staff,” he stated.
Khan sounded visibly let down at the failure of the Indian board and govt to very clear the limited bilateral series with Pakistan in Sri Lanka.
“Of course I know I am currently being criticized by some men and women for trying to have this sequence and pushing for it but in the conclude we just want it to occur this time or else we will have to wait around for the next one 12 months.
“We feel that India must fulfill the MOU signed in between the two boards and if the series is held it will engage in a position in enhancing India and Pakistan relations.”
Khan also insisted that if India did not agree to engage in the series the PCB would clearly undergo fiscal losses but would not go bankrupt.
“By grace of god we are in a steady monetary situation and however not obtaining the sequence will deprive us of good deal of believed revenues but it does not imply we will be in a undesirable economic situation.”
The PCB main stated he experienced still not provided up hope and even the ICC wished the two boards to enjoy the collection shortly.
“We are likely to wait for a couple of far more days at the most to get a good response from India following that we transfer on to other factors,” he said.
Khan verified that ECB President Giles Clarke was enjoying the part of a mediator in the complete concern.
“He has been really helpful since he is also the head of the ICC task pressure on Pakistan cricket. He has also recommended us to continue to be affected person and wait around for a positive reply,” he said.
Khan felt that the Indian board also desired to play the collection but explained it was not up to them to convince their federal government to give clearance.