Najam Sethi, Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s Management Committee, stated on Monday that the board would accept the government’s advice on travelling India for next year’s ICC T20 World Cup.
Speaking to the media in the port city, Sethi stated that Pakistan and India’s cricket issues are beyond the jurisdiction of the cricket board and are always decided by the government.
“We will obey whatever the government suggests, and we will seek the government’s counsel when the time comes, just as I did when I was chairman,” he said.
“As far as the Asia Cup is concerned, I will go to the ACC (Asian Cricket Council) and see what the situation is; we will make a decision that is in the best interests of the game; “We have to see what other boards’ positions are, we have to play cricket with everyone, and we will not take any step that will cause any isolation,” said the chairman of the PCB management committee.
In response to an inquiry, Sethi stated that former PCB chairman Ramiz Raja’s commentary responsibilities will not be restricted.
“I’ve always admired him, I understand his perspective, but if he wants to do commentary assignments in the future, we will always welcome it,” he said.