BCCI decides not to attend Asian Cricket Council meet in Lahore

first_imgThe Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will go unrepresented at the upcoming Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meet in Lahore on November 17.This development follows a position that has been taken by the Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators (COA) which oversees BCCI operations. ACC sources confirmed to India Today, that BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary who would have represented the Indian board as informed that COA was not in favour of attending the meet in Pakistan given the political climate’.It is not known if that is the official position communicated to the ACC but the BCCI has in the past steered clear of taking diplomatic positions on India-Pakistan relations via-a-vis cricket. The Indian board has also cited the government’s stance as far as not resuming bilateral cricket with Pakistan is concerned.Also Read – BCCI to look into CAB’s plea to appoint higher-ranked umpires in Ranji TrophyOutside the playing field, Pakistan officials have attended boardroom meetings India. Then PCB Chief Najam Sethi was granted visa this April to attend an ICC meet in Kolkata.last_img read more

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