Return of int’l cricket to Pakistan is near: BCB

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The BCB head Mustafa Kamal vowed that he will try to convince the International Cricket Council (ICC) about bringing International cricket back to Pakistan.

Kamal and his entourage arrived earlier to examine the security arrangements made for his Bangladesh team’s tour to Pakistan. Speaking to the media Kamal said, “When we get back home, we will talk to our interior ministry and make a report for the final stand, ”

“This security team will evaluate everything regarding security issues before returning home on March 5 to prepare a report,” said Nizam Uddin Chowdhury, the acting chief executive of the Bangaldesh Cricket Board.

The delegation comprises of senior key personnel of Bangladesh Cricket along with a security committee, lead by Mustafa Kamal. Senior civil servants and police officials are also part of the team.

Also present at the press briefing were Interior Minister Rehman Malik and PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf.

Malik while addressing the media said that the government has assured the Bangladeshi delegation of ‘fool proof’ security according to their will.

PCB head Zaka Ashraf Quoted it as a great day for Pakistan and Cricket fans also thanked the government for arranging adequate security for Bangladesh’s cricket team.

Kamal invited Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik to visit Bangladesh for the upcoming matches between Pakistan and Bangladesh while Pakistan have invited Bangladesh for a three-match one-day series in April this year in their bid to revive international cricket at home.