The Indian Cricket Board has again refused to send its team to Pakistan for the Asia Cup.
According to Indian media, the Indian board has once again clarified that the Indian team will not travel to Pakistan.
According to the media, the Secretary of the Indian Board and the President of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) Jay Shah has told the Chairman PCB Najam Sethi in this regard.
Jai Shah reiterated India’s position at the ACC meeting in Bahrain and said that the Indian government will not give permission to travel to Pakistan.
Indian media say that India has also asked other boards to understand the situation, for which all members have agreed to wait for a month.
India has no objection to hosting the Asia Cup by Pakistan, the event will be held in the United Arab Emirates, which will be hosted by Pakistan, the 3 venues of the Asia Cup matches will be in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.
It should be noted that in the meeting of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) yesterday, the final decision could not be taken on the venue of the Cricket Asia Cup hosted by Pakistan this year. The venue will be discussed again in the meeting to be held in March.