The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that India and other member nations had given PCB the word of honor for the future bilateral tour, sources confirmed on Friday. Najam Sethi, the PCB chairman, stated that as they had got the affirmation, they are ready to give backing granted on certain terms, to the amended ICC resolution with reference to the future administration arrangement and economical model. The resolution had been already endorsed by all the members except PCB at the executive board meeting that was held in Singapore on February 8.

With this thoroughgoing support the confinement of Pakistan within the international cricket fraternity will be concluded, and they can spread out the doors to international cricket in a crucial manner. Sethi stated, “The conditions are the significance of conjoint advantageous bilateral cricket tours from 2015-23 with all members, especially India.”

“We had done our discussion, buzz session, and arbitration state with respect to the amended settlements. It was important for us to get affirmation on bilateral cricket with all the boards, especially India that we have now got.” He added.

“The particularized Future Tour Programs are now being concluded with all, especially India. The matter that the settlement have already been adulterated appreciably from the starting point, and now acceptably enlivened us to give these a backing.” He said.

India has pulled back them from playing general bilateral tours with Pakistan following the 26/11 terrorists attack in Mumbai. Afterwards, only one short one-day series had been popped in between the two arch-rivals in December-January 2012/13.

The previous chairman of the PCB Zaka Ashraf had averse the bulk, widespread modification in adminstration and the economic model of the ICC which offered more powers to the India, England and Australia cricket boards. On the contrary, since Sethi got assigned as the interim chairman of PCB in February by the government, has concerned about the issue. He has always believed the Pakistan can’t be permitted to be confined to the Big Three issues anymore.



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