BCCI Refused PCB’s Invitation for Asia Emerging Nations Cup

There is a bad news for cricket lover who loves to watch high voltage cricket match between India and Pakistan. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has refused to send its team to the Asia Emerging Nations Cup in April this year at Pakistan. After the BCCI’s refusal, there is still a question on Pakistan hosting. There is a possibility that the Asia Emerging Nations Cup can now be organized in Sri Lanka or Bangladesh. An official of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that India is not ready to send Indian team to Pakistan for the tournament at any cost. For this reason, Asia Emerging Cup can be organized in Sri Lanka or Bangladesh. We are ready to organize this tournament in April and hope that all the countries will participate in it.

BCCI Refused PCB’s Invitation for Asia Emerging Nations Cup
BCCI Refused PCB’s Invitation for Asia Emerging Nations Cup
Decision Will Be Taken In Colombo Meeting

In Dubai, Asian Cricket Council president Najam Sethi said that he will hold the meeting of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) in Colombo soon. In this meeting, the final decision will be taken on Asia Emerging Cup and Asia Cup. Najam Sethi is also the president of the Pakistan Cricket Board along with the Asian Cricket Council. Najam Sethi said that in the next meeting of ACC, the final decision will be taken regarding the venues and dates of the Asian Emerging Cup and the Asia Cup tournament. We will finalize the date of meeting in Colombo soon.

Asia Cup 2018

Asian cricket’s biggest tournament Asia Cup is to be held in September this year. This tournament is to be held in India this year. Najam Sethi said that whether Pakistan will take part in Asia Cup or not depends on the situation. It may be noted that since the terrorist attack in Mumbai in 2008, India had refused to play any bilateral series with Pakistan.

ICC Board Meeting In Kolkata

The next ICC meeting will be held in Kolkata next month. Representatives from all member countries will participate in this meeting. But chief of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Najam Sethi, says that he will take part  in the ICC Board meeting in Kolkata only when if the ICC can make the visa available for him to go to India. I am not interested in traveling to India. If I get a visa from India, then I will go there, otherwise the ICC itself should look into the matter.

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