Shocking News: India Vs Pakistan Series Cancelled

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Most Criticized and Awaited series India vs Pakistan which was expected to be held from 24th December to 5th January 2016 Match between the Nations has been cancelled.India vs Pakistan

The Two Giant Asian Country Share a Historic rivalry in Cricket and It was a cricket tournament for both nations’ people which were waiting eagerly to happen.

The Tournament was consist of 5 matches out three matches one day Internationals and declared two twenty 20 match.

Last Match was played in 2012 in December in Which India lost the ODI Series and then Drew the T20 Series and everyone would have wanted to get back.

Heartbreaking new for both the Countries, Only the match venues for the game left to be announced by BCCI and PCB… But now called off the Series.

PCB chief Shahryar Khan was quoted saying by Dawn, “We were hoping for some positive development finally but it is very disappointing that cricket was not discussed in the meeting between the Indian Foreign Minister and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The prospects of organizing a series now seem very bleak and we stand to lose at least $50 million under the current scenario. We have been informally told that Swaraj will talk on cricket and decide the fate of the series.”

Conversely, All Indian media channels reported earlier that Indian Government had given the clean chit for the series. Pakistan Government was also okay with series getting on the way, but loophole was between BCCI and PCB didn’t go fine

Friday Morning Media Channels informed that the series has not got the required approval from the Indian Government.. The Indian and Pakistani cricket teams were expected to play a three-match One-Day International (ODI) and two-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series in Sri Lanka, a neutral venue. The BCCI had said that it will not approve its team to play in the UAE, where Pakistan was scheduled to host India after they had signed a MoU last year.

PCB chairman said, “We hoped the situation would improve, but we’ve now run out of time. We will now examine our legal position.”

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