Several media reports in India as well as in Pakistan have claimed that the PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) have already got a green signal from Pak PM Nawaz Sharif for the Indo-Pak bilateral cricket series next month, supposedly going to be held in Sri Lanka.
In India, however, there has been no confirmation from the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India). BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur has stated that he has officially written to the ministry and a decision will be arriving soon.
BCCI secretary Rajiv Shukla hstated on Thursday morning that the series is tentatively going to take place from 15 December, and the five-match series, possibly three ODIs and two T20Is, will embark the start of cricketing ties once more.
In the meantime, former Indian cricketer Kirti Azad has hit hard at Thakur and has questioned why he has preferred money over his country.
Azad, who is a member of parliament, stated that Thakur has become greedy like anything, and he has forgotten that he has to respect his nation first. Azad spoke on the fate of the Indo-Pak bilateral series.