World Twenty20: BCCI’s Anurag Thakur assures ‘highest security’ to Pakistan amid reserve concerns

BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur has positive parsimonious confidence to all teams – including Pakistan – for World T20. (Source: PTI)

BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur on Wednesday said “no nation should feel insecure” about personification in India amid reports that Pakistan has due to play its matches in a arriving World T20 during a neutral venue citing security concerns.

“BCCI will organize a World Cup in a nicest possible way and will yield each group with top protection. Earlier also we have hosted many World Cups and international matches and we don’t consider any nation should feel insecure here,” Thakur told reporters in New Delhi.

Pakistan’s cricket arch Shaharyar Khan had earlier stated that a offer was sent to play their World Twenty20 matches on neutral venues subsequent month in a eventuality Islamabad does not concede a group to debate India.

The 41-year-old Thakur pronounced that it was wholly adult to Pakistan to confirm either they wanted to play a World T20 in India or not.

“Bilateral array is totally a opposite subject though in the World Cup teams from opposite a universe will come and participate. Pakistan is one among those 16 teams and the Indian supervision will yield finish confidence to all the teams. we consider all a subordinate teams should come and participate in a World Cup. India is prepared and if any country has some issues afterwards they need to confirm about it,” he said.

The PCB had primarily hinted that a side competence withdraw from a arriving eventuality if a Pakistan supervision did not permit them to debate India.

Shaharyar after combined that they had also done a proposal during a new ICC Board assembly in Dubai that Pakistan be
allowed to play their matches during neutral venues in box the government’s preference is not favourable.

India is scheduled to horde a mega-event from Mar 8 to April 3.