PCB Chief Shahryar Khan has reiterated that it is within Pakistan’s right to push India to honour the MOU they had signed regarding bilateral series between the two nations. He has also made it clear that they are now consulting their lawyers to look at legal means to enforce the MOU on the BCCI.
Following the Uri attacks, BCCI President Anurag Thakur had ruled out the possibility of resumption of cricketing ties between the two nations. In fact, India and Pakistan have not faced each other in a bilateral Test series since 2008. However, Pakistan
Speaking to media in Islamabad, PCB Chief Shahryar Khan has made it clear that Pakistan
Last month, the Indian Women’s cricket team had forfeited the ICC Women's Championship points to Pakistan due to their inability to play against them in the sixth round games. Due to this, India
However, with the possibility of diplomatic relations between these two neighboring nations improving in near future seeming bleak with each passing day, the PCB are now considering the possibility of taking legal help to enforce the MOU on the BCCI, and have promised to bring up this issue at the next meeting of the Asian Cricket Council later this month.
“It is our right as a cricket nation to push them to
“We have been consulting our lawyers on this issue of the MOU and we will be taking up this case of bilateral series at the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meeting this month,” Shahryar added, reported PTI.