Pakistan want 'public guarantee' of security from Indian govt: World T20

2016-03-10 09:15:03 | m usman@almuslim news
Pakistan want 'public guarantee' of security from Indian govt: World T20


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan won't participate within the World T20 till the Indian government 'publicly' guarantees security for the boys and women's national groups, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar aforementioned on Th.

"The ICC and also the BCCI are terribly accommodating, however it's the Indian government's security assurance that matters the foremost," aforesaid Nisar whereas addressing a group discussion in Islamabad.

"Thus far, there has been no such indication from them," he added.

Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) additionally declared that it needed security assurance from Republic of India before it permits the team to travel the globe Twenty20 with its initial cluster match at metropolis regular for next weekday.

PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan briefed the team players and officers in Lahore on Thursday and was hopeful the Indian government can publically announce Pakistan team's safety throughout the tournament.

Khan told the players the team's departure can solely be potential once Republic of India provides security assurance {and the|and therefore the|and additionally the} government of Pakistan also clears the tour.

The independent agency has already rapt Pakistan's cluster match against hosts Republic of India to metropolis on March 19 owing to security issues around enjoying within the hill town of Dharamsala.


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