The name of the new chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board was announced on Monday. Former captain Rameez Raza has been given this new responsibility for the next three years. Cricket-turned-commentator, Raza had talked about constant changes regarding Pakistan cricket and now he has talked about implementing it after taking over the feat. There is always a question about the bilateral series being conducted between India and Pakistan, on which Raza made it clear that he is in no hurry to talk.
PCB’s newly elected chairman Rameez Raza spoke on the bilateral series between India and Pakistan on Monday. He said that it is impossible at this time but he is not in a hurry about this thing either. At this time his entire focus is on improving the domestic cricket of the country.
Rameez said, “It is a very big challenge and the Prime Minister has given me the task of doing this very difficult task. There are many things that need to be corrected now. See it is impossible to do bilateral series between India and Pakistan at this time.” Is.”
India and Pakistan currently play each other only in ICC tournaments. No bilateral series is played between the two countries in any format. The PCB has made several requests to the ICC about this, but the BCCI has made it clear that the Indian team will not restore cricket relations with Pakistan until the Indian government gives permission.
“The model of the game here has been ruined due to politics. At this point of time, all our attention will be on correcting its status and we are in no hurry about this thing. We have to stop domestic and local cricket at this time. The focus is on doing better.”