While talking to Indian media, PCB chairman said that now there is no hope for Pakistan-India series. He also said that “We are not happy with BCCI’s behavior.’
Shahryar Khan also hinted that now no more meeting will held between PCB and BCCI.
Earlier on Monday, shortly before scheduled meeting of Pakistan Cricket Board chief Shahryar Khan and new BCCI President Shashank Manohar, some 50 members of the Shiv Sena Hindu militant outfit stormed the board’s headquarters at Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.
In the wake of Shiv Sena’s protest, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has also withdrawn Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar from serving duties in the ongoing one-day series between India and South Africa.