Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has “arranged a counter” on the off chance that the BCCI chooses to blacklist the June 16 World Cup amusement in Manchester in the wake of Pulwama dread assault which murdered 40 CRPF staff.
The issue will come up for exchange at the ICC Three-month to month meet in Dubai, beginning Wednesday. PCB Chairman, Ehsan Mani, MD Wasim Khan and COO Subhan Ahmad are in Dubai to go to the different gatherings and workshops.
The Executive Board meeting is planned on Friday and Saturday in which the Indian assignment is relied upon to push for talk on a letter it has sent to the ICC requesting that part nations remove any part nation which bolsters psychological oppression.
Despite the fact that it has not been named in the letter, BCCI needs other cricket sheets to “disjoin ties with country from which psychological warfare exudes”.
A portion of India’s previous players and chiefs have likewise called for India not to play Pakistan in the World Cup coordinate on June 16.
“Pakistan’s position is that if India needs to give a walkover, it can’t take care of business. Be that as it may, it will suggest a conversation starter with respect to what occurs if the two nations again fit the bill to meet each other in the knockout stages,” a PCB official said.
The PCB is additionally expected to raise the issue of their skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed being prohibited for four matches under the counter bigotry approach of the ICC after the compromise procedure had been set into movement and he had apologized toward the South African group.