Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Pakistan To Tour India In December: BCCI

Since for five years there is no match held in India with the Pakistan team but it is reinforce again in December. This agreement has been committed by the both cricket boards. The commitment has been made for three One Day International and two Twenty20 internationals merely in the time of Christmas leave. Board of Control for Cricket in India statement announced that the modalities of the progression will be worked out in a moment. 

These matches will be conducted by the India and the sources that commitment from government’s acceptance.  As per the BCCI statement "It was decided to resume cricketing ties with Pakistan by inviting the Pakistan cricket team for a short series in December 2012 - January 2013. The modalities will be worked out shortly," BCCI said in its statement.

The One Day International matches are going too held in New Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai and Bangalore. The Twenty20 matches are hosted at Ahmadabad.  

BCCI member Rajiv Shukla said "We played after 1965 war and the 1971 war and even after Kargil. People also wanted cricket to be played. Our decision was taken after PCB appealed to us. They also spoke to BCCI president N Srinivasan. I spoke with the government as well.”

He also unveiled "As a Mumbaikar I feel what's the need of playing cricket with Pakistan? What's the urgency of playing cricket when there has been no co-operation from the other side? If you get away by doing a wrong thing once then you tend to do it again."

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