LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday has decided to raise the issue of Pakistan-India cricket series in a meeting of International Cricket Council (ICC).
According to details, an agreement pertaining to play as many as six series in the time span of eight years was signed between the boards of both countries however, the first series of the agreement was due to be played last year which was badly affected by Indian extremism.
The Indian board refused to arrange series due to continuous aggression of Shiv Sena party.
PCB has now finally decided to raise the issue at international level while in case of not getting positive response, the authorities may withdraw from supporting Big Three.
Earlier, the fanatics of Hindu extremist party Shiv Sena launched a full-fledged attack on the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for going ahead with the India-Pakistan bilateral series.
Indian media along with extremists started criticizing the series after the governments of both countries allowed their respective cricket boards. The workers of Shiv Sena showed great fury over holding series and threatened BCCI authorities of severe consequences if they don’t mull their decision.
The official spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, Vikas Swarup, stated that no decision was made for the Indo-Pak cricket series.