Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan has conceded that if the national team was not able take an interest in one month from now’s World Twenty20 in India, the body could be fined by the ICC. Recently Pakistan shows the security problem during world T20 match in India.
Shahryar told the media in Lahore that on the off chance that Pakistan hauls out of the World Cup, the PCB would need to pay a punishment to the world administering body of the game. “I just addresses the Prime Minister’s secretariat today and until the legislature has not offered leeway to send the group to India for the World T20,” Shahryar said.
“Every one of these stories about the ICC debilitating us with lawful activity or the Prime Minister having cleared the visit are not right.”We have looked for exhortation and freedom from the legislature to send our group to the World occasion. The Prime Minister’s secretariat has said they are looking into the circumstance and will let us know soon,” he included.
“In the event that we haul out our group from the World T20 then we will need to pay a punishment to the ICC,” the PCB boss said without uncovering what the sum could be. In any case, a solid source in the PCB told PTI that the legislature was liable to clear the visit to India.
“It is a standard convention that the PCB is taking after yet every one of the vibes from the administration quarters is that leader Nawaz Sharif will give freedom for the group to go to India,” the source said. Shahryar said the Pakistan Super League had made the normal buildup and given the interest it made at its dispatch, it arrives to remain.
On Monday, the nation’s Cricket Board said it is not under any weight from the ICC to send its group and a definite conclusion remains exclusively reliant on government leeway.