Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shahriyar Khan, who arrived here yesterday after his meeting with BCCI chairman Shashank Manohar was disrupted by Shiv Sena activists in Mumbai, said that both boards have signed a MoU to play against each other and hoped that the Indian cricket board will respond soon in this regard.
“Got a message from Shashank Manohar that whatever he wanted to convey & could not convey, would be conveyed to me here in Delhi…BCCI-PCB have signed an MoU and that requires that we play in December, I expect there is going to be some kind of response to that,” Khan told media here.
“Whether we do something or the other will depend on what is said to me tomorrow which Mr. Shashank could not say this morning,” he added.
When asked about Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar being withdrawn from remaining of the India-South Africa series, Khan said that PCB had nothing to do with it as it was decided by the ICC.
The Shiv Sena activists had stormed the BCCI office in Mumbai and disrupted a meeting with PCB to decide on India-Pakistan cricket series yesterday. The BCCI has rescheduled the meeting for today in the national capital. (ANI)