3 Jul 2023

ODI World Cup 2023: PCB Writes To Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif Seeking Advice On Upcoming Travel To India

ODI World Cup 2023 is to be held in India. In this tournament the cricket fans of the whole world eagerly wait for the match between arch-rivals India and Pakistan.

According to the ICC schedule, the match between India and Pakistan is to be played on October 15 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has been raising questions regarding the match in Ahmedabad.

In such a situation, after the announcement of the schedule of Cricket World Cup, it is being asked will Pakistan come to India to play the World Cup?

Pakistan Cricket Board has written a letter to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in this regard. In the letter, the PCB asked for advice on the upcoming travel to India required for the ODI World Cup 2023. 

In this letter, official clearance has been sought on whether the Pakistan team can go to India for the Cricket World Cup. The PCB had earlier said that their participation depends on government clearance. 

A letter has also been written to the Foreign Minister of Pakistan and advice has been sought whether the Pakistan team can go to India.

Opinion also sought on 5 places where Pakistan has to play

In this letter, opinion has also been sought on the five places where the Pakistan team has to play the match. PCB has informed the media about this.

The five stadiums where Pakistan is scheduled to play matches in India include Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Ahmedabad.

The PCB has said, "The decision to play matches in India is to be taken by the government of Pakistan and we have full faith in the government. Whatever it says will be accepted."

It is believed that Pakistan will send a security delegation to India and this delegation will visit the venue of the match to check whether the Pakistani team can be sent to India or not.

It has been told that after the election of the new chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board, this delegation can be sent to India.

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