BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur has said, he is not in favour of the India-Pakistan Cricket series later this month. Talking to a news channel last evening, Mr Thakur said, he is personally not in favour of the series when people are dying on the border. He, however, said, he cannot force his personal feelings on BCCI, and will honour what the Board decides.
Later, news agencies quoting Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Shahryar Khan reported that the chances of the series are dying. Mr Khan said that the visit of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Islamabad did not help in the revival of the series. He said, Pakistan wanted to play, but India did not respond positively, adding that there was too little time left to organise the event.
The series is proposed to be held in Sri Lanka where the teams are expected to play ODIs and Twenty-20 matches.

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