14-member committee to decide on whether Pakistan team will come to India for the World Cup

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islamabad (Best Hindu News): Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has constituted a 14-member committee headed by Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari to consider the country’s cricket team’s participation in the World Cup to be held in India in October this year. . The committee will finalize its recommendations for the consideration and approval of the Prime Minister after taking into consideration all relevant factors, reports The News.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), in its letter addressed to Sharif on June 27, has sought the approval of the federal government before giving the go-ahead to the organizers for the national team’s participation in the ODI World Cup, bypassing all prescribed protocols. The committee headed by Bilawal includes Interior Minister, Law Minister, Inter-Provincial Coordination Minister, Information and Broadcasting Minister, Advisor on Kashmir Affairs, Establishment Advisor, Foreign Secretary, PSPM and representatives of intelligence agencies and sensitive departments.

The committee has been authorized to hold its meeting and consider Pakistan’s participation in the World Cup. According to The News report, Pakistan may refuse to play in India in the upcoming World Cup and may announce that it will play all its matches at neutral venues. The Prime Minister has authorized the committee to take a decision on this sensitive matter for its final approval.

In a letter written directly to Sharif by PCB Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer, the board sought approval for the participation of the Pakistan cricket team in the ICC Cricket World Cup. It also wants the Pakistan team to advise on the venues of the scheduled matches if the government approves its participation in the tournament.

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