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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi has confirmed that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) has accepted PCB’s request to carry an govt board assembly relating to the upcoming version of the Asia Cup. The assembly is scheduled to be held on February 4 in Bahrain whereby ACC together with the PCB will focus on the internet hosting rights and India’s participation within the occasion.
On Monday, January 23, Sethi informed the media in regards to the developments that occurred throughout his latest go to to Dubai as he succeeded in convincing the ACC members to carry the board assembly.
“It’s a main growth that the ACC the board will meet on 4th February in Bahrain and issues referring to the Asia Cup will probably be mentioned. There may even be an ICC assembly in March and I do not need to go public with what negotiations I had with ACC members in Dubai or what I plan to do, argue or focus on on the coming conferences. However sure, undoubtedly India and Pakistan cricket relations are necessary,” the PCB chairman was quoted as saying by the Indian Categorical.
PCB chairman needs closure on Asia Cup controversy
BCCI and PCB have been at loggerheads with the difficulty pertaining to the host nation of the Asia Cup 2023. The apex cricket governing physique in India struck the primary blow when BCCI secretary Jay Shah talked about that the nationwide workforce is not going to be touring to the neighboring nation . In reply, the then PCB chief Ramiz Raja had threatened to drag out of the 2023 ODI World Cup slated to be organized in India.
Nonetheless, the newly appointed PCB chairman believes that the issues require readability in order that the worldwide ICC and ACC occasions stay unaffected.
“Internet hosting the Asia Cup this 12 months is essential and India sending its workforce is an enormous situation as a result of it should clearly have repercussions on the Champions Trophy being held in Pakistan in 2025,” he added.
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