India vs Pakistan cricket next match

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India has indeed clarified its position that, for now, there will be no two-sided cricket arrangement between the two nations, even at nonpartisan scenes. 

As indicated by a report in the Indian media, Indian Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj demonstrated the administration's position at a gathering of the consultative board of trustees connected to the service that offered an audit of relations with neighbors. 

On being gotten some information about restarting the since quite a while ago suspended 'cricket tact' between the opponents, Swaraj said the high number of cross-fringe firings don't set the tone for any sort of reciprocal engagements, the report included. 

Conversing with Geo News about the advancement, previous Pakistan cricketer and pundit Ramiz Raja stated, "I don't comprehend this talk. The Indian government has concluded that they won't let individuals to individuals contact to happen." 

"I neglect to comprehend why the game is dragged into these issues," he included. 

Correspondingly, previous player and examiner Sikander Bakht said "the general population and cricketers of India don't concur with this [decision]. These are the arrangements of the [Narendra] Modi government." 

"This is extremely tragic. I think if India does not have any desire to play they should evade such proclamations," said previous Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar. 

PCB likewise as of late raised complaints with India about the Future Tour Program plan for barring any two-sided arrangement with the green shirts. 

PCB hinted in an official discharge that they will challenge the new timetables until the point when they get the chance to play against India in a respective arrangement.

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