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PCB chairman threatens to refuse India in ICC and ACC events

Shahryar Khan confirmed that he had written a letter to BCCI regarding the future bilateral series but is yet to receive an answer
As the deadlock over the proposed India-Pakistan series in December proceeds with, Pakistan Cricket Board executive Shahryar Khan has undermined to blacklist India in ICC and ACC occasions if the Indian board doesn't affirm their cooperation in the two-sided series in December. India and Pakistan had marked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to encourage a bilateral series in December.

"Nothing is last or chose up 'til now however in the event that the Indian Board formally pulls out of the series, then we have the alternative of boycotting all matches against them in ICC and ACC events also," Khan was cited as axiom by "Express" daily paper.

PCB had composed to BCCI looking for a two-sided series in December. Be that as it may, given the perplexing way of the political ties between the two Asian monsters, India require an administration freedom to feel free to play a series against their neighbors. Shahryar pointed out that the letter was sent to his Indian partners in August and he is yet to get a reaction.

"I sent the letter on 28 August and I am as yet sedentary tight for an answer. They (the BCCI) ought to let us know whether they need to play the series or not. Meanwhile on the off chance that they say they don't have government freedom and decline to play the series, then we maintain all authority to act against the Indian Board for not respecting an assertion at each level," Shahryar said.

"I am not saying we have chosen to this or we will do it however positively on the off chance that we don't get the chance to have our home series in December, then we need to consider proper activity too," he included.

Pakistan visited India for a brief ODI series in 2012 however the two nations have to a great extent confronted one another just in ICC or ACC occasions in the later past.

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