Islamabad, Mar 11: The vulnerability over Pakistan’s interest in the World Twenty20 Championship at long last finished today after the nation’s cricket group got government freedom to go to India taking after confirmations of security from the host country.
Administrator of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s official advisory group, Najam Sethi, after a long meeting with Interior Minister Chaudary Nisar Ali Khan, said that the legislature has given the thumbs up to send the group to India.
“The group will fly out today evening time for Dubai and onwards to Kolkata,” Sethi said.
“I have some uplifting news for all cricket significant others who have been sitting tight for quite a while that the inside pastor has given freedom for the group to go to India,” he included.
Sethi said the leeway was given after “strong confirmations” from the Indian government about giving security to the Pakistan group in India and in the wake of identifying with the Pakistan High Commissioner in New Delhi.
“The High Commissioner additionally met with the Home Secretary in New Delhi today in which the security courses of action were talked about,” he included.
India’s Ministry of External Affairs additionally issued an announcement after the meeting, repeating that security will be trick verification for every single taking an interest group.
“The High Commissioner of Pakistan met Home Secretary today regarding the pending ICC World T20 competition in India. The dialogs were certain,” the MEA representative Vikas Swaroop said in an announcement.
“The Home Secretary passed on to the High Commissioner of Pakistan that every essential course of action are being made for every single taking an interest countrie, as fitting, including for security of the considerable number of members concerned. Home Secretary emphasized that as in the past all members will be taken care of and there is no reason for concern,” it included.
Because of the postponement in travel freedom, Pakistan’s first warm-up match against Bengal tomorrow has been scratched off however the group will tackle Sri Lanka on Sunday in its second practice diversion.