Bangladesh government security be assured in the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman PCB

PCB Chairman Najam Sethi

PCB Chairman Najam Sethi

Islamabad — News Time

PCB Chairman Najam Sethi said that the situation of Bangladesh cricket team to Pakistan because of security must be guaranteed at the time a position is found. Chairman Pakistan cricket in a statement Sethi board the Asia Cup and World Cup events in the conduct of T is still time and hope that the situation will improve in Bangladesh . , he expressed the hope that Bangladesh government securityaventis Bangladesh will appeal to move to another country. Clear that in January the Sri Lankan cricket team to tour Bangladesh and the Asia Cup in Bangladesh in February and March is going to host the World T20. In view of the worsening situation in Bangladesh, West Indies Under- 19 team going back to the early tour has finished. Najam Sethi said in an interview with the British broadcasting Corp. that the January meeting of the Asian Cricket Council in Sri Lanka the Pakistan cricket Board is going to take the case. They said about Pakistan Bangladesh government and the media have a special position, the Pakistani cricket team’s security will be guaranteed and assured that Pakistan cricket Board (ICC) also wrote about it and the ICC also said that he is monitoring the situation. Cricket Pakistan Foreign Office in the whole affair was kept informed and ICC -related correspondence from the Foreign Office also made ​​aware. clear that in 1971, Bangladesh’s independence movement during the war crimes found 65 -year-old Abdul Quader Molla, hanging on the lower house of the Pakistani parliament against their execution frequently the resolution passed unanimously . Bangladesh from Pakistan’s National Assembly approved a resolution sought to explain the high commissioner. Bangladesh Foreign Ministry Abdul Qadir received the trial and the sentence is an internal matter of the country and the Pakistani Assembly resolution was unnecessary then a demonstration against Pakistan in Bangladesh.


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