Will not go to India for T20 World Cup in current circumstances Chairman PCB

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LAHORE – Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shehreyar Khan said on Wednesday that there is only a slim chance of an Indo-Pak cricket series. Shehreyar Khan said that if India does not reply to the letter then it will be assumed that the series will not take place, reported Dunya News.
Talking at a press conference, Chairman Shehreyar Khan said that he had gone to India on invitation of Indian cricket board. He said that he had expressed reservations regarding meeting in Mumbai but the Indian officials had assured of complete security.



Earlier the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday caved in to the pressure from Indian Hindu extremist outfit Shiv Sena and stopped Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar from performing his duties as an international umpire, Dunya News reported.
According to details, Dar had been selected for the ongoing series between India and South Africa but he won’t be able to perform his responsibilities as umpire now because ICC itself has removed him after threats from Shiv Sena.

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