Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan affirmed that a private flight will be coming on Saturday. To take the New Zealand team. After the guests canceled their visit through Pakistan only minutes before the first ODI.
“It is an exceptionally miserable thing that has happened today,” Khan said.
The cricketing fraternity and Pakistanis left stunned on Friday. After only minutes before the beginning of the first Day International between the two groups at the Rawalpindi stadium. New Zealand Cricket CEO David White declared that they were getting back the team back. In the wake of getting exhortation of a genuine security danger.
However, PCB Chairman, Ramiz Raja and Federal Interior Minister Sheik Rasheed both said that the New Zealand board had not shared the security danger report with them.
The Pakistan government and security authorities are justifiably resentful about Friday’s advancement. As other than 4000 cops, commandos of the Pakistan Army’s Special Services Group (SSG) were there for the matches in Rawalpindi.
The interior minister said at a public interview that they had even attempted to persuade New Zealand to play the match without fans.
“Yet, they didn’t consent to it,” he revealed.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, notwithstanding, said in an explanation that nothing was vital than the wellbeing of players.
She said she could comprehend the mistake in Pakistan. However the security danger was with the end goal that created the issue.
England’s men and women’s team are presently due a visit to Pakistan in October.
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