PCB arch Shahryar Khan on Monday said that hopes of resumption of shared cricketing ties between India and Pakistan with a brief array after this month are “dying” with too small time left to organize a large ticket event.
Shahryar pronounced a Islamabad revisit of Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj did not assistance in reconstruction of a series, probably hinting that a due array in Sri Lanka may not take place during all.
“We were carefree that Sushma Swaraj’s revisit will make things improved though it did not happen,” he was quoted as observant by Waqt News.
“We wanted to play, though India did not respond positively. It is already too late to organize a array and we don’t have time for a array anyway,” he pronounced referring to a due array in Sri Lanka where a teams were approaching to play 3 ODIs and T20 Internationals.
The PCB pronounced that they are mulling authorised options if the series is indeed cancelled.
“We will confirm a destiny devise after analysing our options underneath authorised aspects and consultation,” he said.
Sri Lanka emerged as a horde for a array between arch-rivals after India refused to play in UAE.
According to FTP, India and Pakistan are ostensible to play six array between 2015 and 2023 with 4 to be hosted by Pakistan.
Pakistan and India have not played a shared series since 2007. India stalled cricketing ties in a issue of 2008 militant attacks on Mumbai, that were blamed on militants formed in Pakistan. Pakistan, however, had toured India for a brief ODI array in 2012.