PCB chairman Ramiz Raja© AFP
Feeling “brief-modified”, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to problem the proposed two-and-a-half month expanded window for the Indian Premier League. PCB chairman Ramiz Raja said thOn The drawback Shall be raised On The subsequent ICC convention. “Tright here was no announcement or choice as but on the IPL window being elevated. I am going to give my views on this problem On the ICC convention,” Raja said all by way of a media convention right here on Friday.
“My level Is apparent: if Tright here’s any enchancment in world cricket Which means We’re being brief-modified, We’ll problem it in A very forceful method and put our level throughout strongly Inside the ICC,” he said.
The PCB’s choice to formally problem The selection comes weeks after BCCI secretary, Jay Shah, in an unique interview to PTI said thOn the Indian board Shall be getting an prolonged window for the IPL Inside the ICC’s subsequent FTP cycle Starting from 2024 till 2031.
“From The subsequent FTP cycle, IPL Might have an official two-and-a-half-month window So as that Every one The very biggest worldwide cricketers can take part. We now have had discussions with numerous boards As properly as to the ICC,” Shah had informed PTI.
Raja additionally said that wright hereas Pakistan is eager on having fun with India, the political equation between the neighbours continues To behave as roadblocks.
“I’ve spoken to Saurav (Ganguly) on the sidelines on this And that i informed him that presently tright here are three former cricketers heading their cricket boards and In the event that they will not make a distinction who will?,” Raja said.
“Twice Ganguly has invited me to attend the IPL finals final yr and this yr and cricketing sensible it made sense to go, however then, As a Outcome of of state of affairs, We would have appreciated to take a Take A look On the fallout of accepting the invites,” he added. PTI SG SG AH AH
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