After ‘Visa Assurances’ Demand, BCCI Asks PCB if it Can Guarantee No Terror Attacks in India

By Bet Barter

June 26, 2020

PCB CEO Wasim Khan says they requested that ICC guarantee BCCI gives a composed confirmation. So that Pakistan groups won’t face any troubles in getting their visas clear to venture out to India.

BCCI has asked Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to not interfere with the pursuit of government. It looked for confirmations that its group won’t face any visa bothers for the up and coming to T20 World Cup (2021) and ODI World Cup (2023) played in India.

PCB CEO Wasim Khan, in a meeting to YouTube channel Cricket Baaz uncovered that they requested that ICC guarantee BCCI gives a composed affirmation that Pakistan groups won’t face any challenges in getting their visas cleared to head out to India for the two worldwide competitions.

Citing an anonymous BCCI official news office IANS detailed that the Indian board has terminated back. And asking PCB whether it can guarantee there will be no fear assaults on Indian soil.

“Can the PCB give an affirmation recorded as a hard copy ? That the Pakistan government would guarantee that no unlawful attacks into India happens from the Pakistani side. Or that there’s no infringement of the truce or that no demonstration of fear happens on Indian soil starting in Pakistan. Or that no rehash of Pulwama type episode happens?” the BCCI official cited as saying.

“The ICC orders that there ought to be no impedance of governments in the organization of the game. And the end product would be that a games board doesn’t endeavor to meddle with how administration capacities. All I would state is that India is a superb nation and acts in the most adjusted manner,” the authority said.

Wasim had said that in the ongoing past. That the Indian government has not offered leeway to a few Pakistan crews speaking to various games

“That is why we have asked for the advance assurances. But eventually, it is an ICC event. It is their responsibility to ensure we as a full member and signatory of the participant’s agreement go and play in these ICC events,” he said.

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