Indo-Pak series: Fresh talks between BCCI and PCB to take place in integrate of days, says Thakur

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Mumbai: The cricket fans will have to wait a few some-more days to find out either a iconic shared array between arch-rivals India and Pakistan would go forward subsequent month.

“Wait for a integrate of some-more days,” was a mysterious repartee by BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur to a reporter’s query on a emanate after uninformed talks have taken place between a heads of a dual countries’ cricket boards.

File design of Anurag Thakur. BCCIFile design of Anurag Thakur. BCCI

File design of Anurag Thakur. BCCI

While a BCCI has invited Pakistan to play a array in India, a reflection PCB has declined a offer and has pronounced a array will have to take place in UAE where all a home general games are being hold over a final few years.

Asked because a BCCI was not meddlesome in personification in UAE, after conducting a initial proviso of a Indian Premier League there in 2014, Thakur kept silent for some time before observant for a shared array a participating cricket play contingency feel gentle over a venue.

“For any general eventuality organized by ICC or ACC, it’s adult to them to confirm that is going to be a venue. For a shared array it’s upto a dual nations to confirm where they are comfortable,” he said.

Meanwhile, a two-member cabinet shaped by a BCCI to examine “Snoopgate” by a prior regime met former secretary Sanjay Patel and former/current treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry to excavate deeper into a issue.

“They (Ajay Shirke and G Gangaraju) met currently (with Sanjay Patel and Anirudh Chaudhry) and sought certain details.

They (Patel and Chaudhry) sought some time to respond with details. It’s (probe) going to take some time (to be completed),” pronounced Thakur.

The matter about BCCI carrying intent a British organisation to meddler on a members for a care reportedly to a balance of USD 900,000, had come adult during a Nov 9 AGM of a Board here, following that it had set adult a two-man cabinet of Shirke and Gangaraju to examine it.