Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) has written a letter to their government to restore their cricketing ties with the arch-rivals, Pakistan.
The officials of the two boards, BCCI and PCB, are due to meet in Dubai on May 29 to negotiate the loss sustained by PCB due to cancellation of bilateral series from India’s end.
BCCI’s acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary, similar to previous BCCI bosses, has said that the bilateral series between the two countries is subjected Indian government’s permission.
“There is nothing new in the situation. We had written to the government seeking their permission to play Pakistan three months ago. We issued them a reminder 15 days ago. We are yet to get a reply. Only the government can decide whether we can play Pakistan or not,” Choudhary said.