No Final Decision Yet on Indo-Pak series: Thakur

Mumbai, May 21: The BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur said that the decision on much awaited cricket series between arch-rivals India and Pakistan has not been taken yet.

"Pakistan Cricket Board chief first met me in Delhi and then he met Dalmiyaji, and then once again met me before leaving. According to the future tour program we were supposed to play Pakistan in the month of December. That is why they have requested us to play the series against Pakistan. We are still at the initial stage. There is no final decision taken yet. There are many issues which need to resolved among two boards and we are talking to each other. The moment we will decide we will let you know", said Thakur.

According to the sources, the decision would be taken after 15th June.


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