PCB To Seek Pak Government’s Approval For ODI World 2023 Participation In India

ICC ODI World Cup 2023: All cricket lovers are eagerly waiting for the official schedule of the ODI World Cup to be held in India later this year. After the settlement of the dispute between the BCCI and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) regarding the Asia Cup, everyone expected that now everything would be cleared regarding the World Cup as well. But now PCB President Najam Sethi surprised everyone with his statement.

Pakistan Cricket Board President Najam Sethi said that the decision of the Pakistani cricket team’s participation in the ODI World Cup to be held in India will depend on the approval of the government. After this statement of Najam Sethi, now it will not be easy for ICC to announce the official schedule.

Najam Sethi told reporters that as far as India and Pakistan are concerned, neither the BCCI nor the Pakistan Cricket Board can take any decision on this. In this, the decision depends on the respective governments of both the countries. For this reason, we will be able to take the decision of sending our team to India only after the approval of the government.

The government will decide where we can play

The PCB chairman further said that whether we will play in Ahmedabad or not, it will be decided when the time comes whether we are going to play India or not. Our government will decide that if we go to play, where we can play and where not. Our decision depends on these 2 important conditions.

Najam Sethi’s statement came as a surprise to all after the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) chief Jay Shah agreed to play the hybrid model proposed by Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023. Has happened.

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