The thriller surrounding whether or not India and Pakistan will play the lengthy-awaited and far-hyped bilateral collection is about to proceed for a couple of extra days. “Await a few extra days,” was the cryptic retort by Anurag Thakur, Board of Management for Cricket in India Secretary, to a reporter’s question on the difficulty after recent talks have taken place between the heads of the 2 nations’ cricket boards.
Whereas BCCI has invited Pakistan to play the collection in India, its counterpart PCB has declined the supply and has stated the collection should happen in UAE the place all its house worldwide video games are being held over the previous few years. Requested why BCCI was not occupied with enjoying in UAE, after conducting the preliminary part of Indian Premier League there in 2014, Thakur stored mum for a while earlier than saying for a bilateral collection the collaborating cricket boards should really feel snug over the venue.
“For any worldwide occasion organised by ICC or ACC, it is as much as them to determine which goes to be the venue. For a bilateral collection it is upto the 2 nations to determine the place they’re snug,” he stated.
In the meantime, the 2-member committee shaped by the BCCI to probe “Snoopgate” by the earlier regime met former secretary Sanjay Patel and former/present treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry to delve deeper into the difficulty. “They (Ajay Shirke and G Gangaraju) met as we speak (with Sanjay Patel and Anirudh Chaudhry) and sought sure particulars. They (Patel and Chaudhry) sought a while to answer with particulars. It is (probe) going to take a while (to be accomplished),” stated Thakur.
The matter about BCCI having engaged a British agency to eavesdrop on its members for a consideration reportedly to the tune of $900,000, had come up in the course of the November 9 AGM of the Board right here, following which it had arrange the 2-man committee of Shirke and Gangaraju to probe it.