Pak-India cricket series cancelled after Hindu extremists’ attacks
MUMBAI (92 News) – The Pakistan-India cricket series was cancelled in the wake of Hindu extremists’ attacks on Tuesday.
Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan held an informal meeting with the BCCI vice-president.
After the meeting, the PCB chairman said that he was very disappointed by the attitude of the BCCI.
He, however, he said that there was no question of boycotting the T20 World Cup.
The PCB and the BCCI had last year signed a Memorandum of Understanding to play six series’ between 2015-2023, with Pakistan hosting India for Tests, ODIs and Twenty20 in the United Arab Emirates in December.
Meanwhile, a majority of Pakistanis are in favor of playing the T20 World Cup. Shahid Afridi has expressed his reservations.