CABI asks Pakistan Blind Cricket Council to reconsider its decision to pull out from January’s Asia Cup
Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) President Syed Sultan Shah has confirmed that the Cricket Association for Blind in India (CABI) has sent a letter to the PBCC, asking Pakistan to reconsider their decision to pull out from January’s Asia Cup to be held in India.
The PBCC decided against participating in the event as a sign of protest over the recent misbehaviour with Pakistan Cricket Board officials by the neighbours.“There are some options which we will present to participate in the Asia Cup, while we would also seek the government’s consent whether to travel to India or not,” Sultan told The Express Tribune.
Pakistan refuses to participate in Asia Cup Cricket for the Blind in India
“There are serious concerns about playing in India and we wouldn’t compromise on our player’s security.”
Published in The Express Tribune, October 29th, 2015.
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