LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) executive Shaharyar Khan has welcomed Chairman International Cricket Council (ICC) Shashank Manohar to visit Lahore one month from now.
Shaharyar Khan affirmed that he has welcomed the previous BCCI and the present ICC manager to visit Lahore in August.
“Manohar said he will investigate the welcome and attempt to make it. In any case, nothing is affirmed yet,” the Times of India cited Shaharyar Khan.
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According to the sources, Khan has welcomed Manohar to go to his goodbye. Which will given to him by the board and to talk about undertakings like World XI visit to Pakistan.
“The thought behind welcoming Manohar to Lahore is to likewise settle the World XI’s visit to Pakistan in September as the ICC has demonstrated its help for the visit,” the source told.
Najam Sethi, who is probably going to assume control over the post left by Shaharyar Khan subsequent to finishing his three year long residency, told that the World XI visit can be a critical stride in reestablishing universal cricket in Pakistan.
“We see the World XI visit as the start of good circumstances for Pakistan cricket and that is the reason we are giving it so much significance,” Sethi said.
Khan additionally advised that Sri Lanka is probably going to visit Pakistan. They have welcomed Ireland in the current circumstances too however they have requested financial expenses.
“We had welcomed Ireland as of late yet they have requested charges to come to Pakistan. Right now we are not in a position to bear the cost of such costs,” Shaharyar said.