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India vs Pakistan: Don’t like members fighting with each other, says ICC

New Delhi: Referring to the ongoing dispute between India and Pakistan, the CEO of International Cricket Council (ICC) David Richardson has...

Thursday, 14 September 2017

India vs Pakistan: Don’t like members fighting with each other, says ICC

New Delhi: Referring to the ongoing dispute between India and Pakistan, the CEO of International Cricket Council (ICC) David Richardson has said that the sport's world governing body doesn't want members nations fighting with each other. He made this remark on the on the sidelines of the second T20I of the Independence Cup between Pakistan and World XI in Lahore on Wednesday.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has regularly claimed that that the Board of Crontrol for Cricket in India (BCCI) has not fulfilled the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on bilateral tours.

“This process which is under the aegis of the ICC has now reached its final point. We’ve had our last meetings with India and the last one was under the chairmanship of (Shashank) Manohar. That process is over and the next stage will begin. We are in active consultation with our lawyers and we are recording our statements with our lawyers,” PCB chairman Najam Sethi was quoted as saying by ESPNCricinfo.

Further, threatening withe a two month ultimatum, Sethi said the PCB intend to see a logical outcome.

“Within a month or two months at most, we will go back to the ICC — we have in fact already written a letter asking for the nomination of a three-member board that will look at all the issue. We have nominated one member already. This process is active and we intend to pursue it to its logical outcome,” he added.

Source:-Zeenews

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