India won't come to Pakistan due to security concerns, says PCB chairman

Shahryar Khan says fitness is the primary focus for the players at the moment

Sports Desk April 09, 2015
A file photo of PCB chairman Shahryar Khan. PHOTO: AFP

KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan said that India will not visit Pakistan in the near future for a series due to security concerns.

He was addressing a press conference outside Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore where the national team is practicing in a training camp for the Bangladesh series which starts from April 17.

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"India won't come to play a series in Pakistan because of their security concerns," said Shahryar.

"It will be a big deal if they even come to Dubai to play a series against us."

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Moreover, he said that many doors were opening for International cricket in Pakistan and we will soon see Test playing nations touring Pakistan.

He also stated that fitness is the primary focus for the players at the moment.

"Only fit players will be able to represent Pakistan," he said.

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"We have brought in young players to play for the national team but the seniors players are also there to help them improve."


p r sharma | 6 years ago | Reply @Shakil: - if there is no security threat then why other cricket teams like Australia, New Zealand, England, or South Africa is not visiting Pakistan. The culprits of attack on SriLankan team could not be traced and brought to book by pak police. Sorry security situation has not improved yet in Pakistan.
Anjaan | 6 years ago | Reply With the release of Lakhvi, any possibility of cricket between India and Pakistan in the future is ruled out ... the door to IPL for the Pakistanis are now shut for ever ... !!
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