Najam sethi on india and pakistan relationship

Resumption of India-Pakistan bilateral cricket depends on BCCI: PCB chief Najam Sethi - Sports News

najam sethi on india and pakistan relationship

The prevailing socio-political relations between the two Pakistan Cricket Board chief Najam Sethi feels that resumption of bilateral Indo-Pak. The Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi is hopeful of more the Indian Board officials on cricketing bilateral relations with Pakistan. KOLKATA: Pakistan Cricket Board chief Najam Sethi feels that resumption of bilateral Indo-Pak cricketing ties is solely dependent on India's will.

Those are the orders of the tribunal. Because, obviously it's a case that's still pending and our currently is subject to whatever resolution that finally finds. Our position is that whatever we sign right now is going to be subject to the decision of the tribunal. If the tribunal holds in our favour then the FTP will have to be changed to accordingly.

I am sure the people of the two countries want to see cricket between the two countries. There's a lot of goodwill on both sides so let's hope that the issue can be resolved in the interest of the fans. There's no rough weather between the two Boards. There's no problem at all," Sethi said in an assuring tone. Pakistan star all-rounder Shahid Afridi recently has predicted that the hugely popular Pakistan Super League would become bigger leaving "behind" the cash-rich Indian Premier League.

Sethi did not wish to comment on Afridi's statement but said they are trying their best to bring PSL back home. But we are taking small steps to bring PSL back to Pakistan, as we are hoping that bilateral cricket will also come back to Pakistan. It receives the highest possible ratings ever in the history of Pakistan TV and broadcast medium.

Our effort is to bring PSL to Pakistan so that we can play all our matches at home.

najam sethi on india and pakistan relationship

Absolutely, we are just hoping that everything returns to normalcy between India and Pakistan," he said. Players behaviour will be one of the agenda in the five-day ICC meeting that got underway yesterday.

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We hope sooner than later better sense will prevail and the two sides can get back to playing good cricket again," Sethi told PTI during an interaction. A three-member ICC panel will hear the claim in October.

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There's going to be no comments on that issue. Those are the orders of the tribunal. Because, obviously it's a case that's still pending and our currently is subject to whatever resolution that finally finds.

Our position is that whatever we sign right now is going to be subject to the decision of the tribunal. If the tribunal holds in our favour then the FTP will have to be changed to accordingly.

I am sure the people of the two countries want to see cricket between the two countries. There's a lot of goodwill on both sides so let's hope that the issue can be resolved in the interest of the fans. There's no rough weather between the two Boards.

Najam Sethi Hopeful of More International Matches in Pakistan

There's no problem at all," Sethi said in an assuring tone. Pakistan star all-rounder Shahid Afridi recently has predicted that the hugely popular Pakistan Super League would become bigger leaving "behind" the cash-rich Indian Premier League.

najam sethi on india and pakistan relationship

Sethi did not wish to comment on Afridi's statement but said they are trying their best to bring PSL back home. But we are taking small steps to bring PSL back to Pakistan, as we are hoping that bilateral cricket will also come back to Pakistan. It receives the highest possible ratings ever in the history of Pakistan TV and broadcast medium.

Our effort is to bring PSL to Pakistan so that we can play all our matches at home.