Latest Pakistan News / Cricket – Bangladesh is ready to play cricket in Pakistan and for this it will ask the International Cricket Council (ICC), this was stated by Mustafa Kamal, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president.
He was speaking at a press conference here on Sunday after meeting with federal interior minister Rehman Malik to discuss security measures for Bangladesh’s proposed tour of Pakistan next month.
He said he would work with Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Zaka Ashraf for getting permission from the ICC to bring back international cricket to Pakistan.
Earlier, the security team visiting Pakistan to review the security arrangements was briefed by the country’s officials and the BCB president was looking satisfied.
He expressed his willingness for sending Bangladesh cricket team here to play a series of One-day Internationals.
The delegation reviewed the security measures at the National Stadium in Karachi and the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
The delegation will go back to Bangladesh tomorrow to submit a report to its government on security arrangements in Pakistan for the matches.