India takes the first step to restore cricket ties, Pakistan expresses unequivocal stance, PCB chairman Ehsan Mani said, “We have already talked a lot. The ball is now in the BCCI’s court. Relations will have to be improved, only after that will there be any talk, there will be no contact even on feeding Pakistani players in IPL, ICC is against government interference in cricket, it should also talk to the Indian board, past The relationship between the two boards has been very good. Coronavirus will be a big challenge for all cricket boards till December, January.
According to details, Pakistan has no intention of starting talks to restore cricket relations with India but clarified that the first step in this regard should be taken by the BCCI itself. Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ehsan Mani also made it clear in an interview to an Indian news agency that he would not make any request to BCCI President Saro Ganguly to allow Pakistani players to participate in the IPL.
He said that during the last several years, the PCB has talked a lot with the BCCI regarding bilateral cricket, whether it is T20 cricket or Test series, now everything is in the hands of the Indian board. “Right now we have no intention of playing any kind of Twenty20 league with India. They should improve their relations with us first and then we will talk.” It may be recalled that Pakistan and India have not played any Tests together for the last 14 years. It has been 8 years since the Pakistani team visited India. During this period, the two countries have competed against each other in ICC events.
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