‘Ganguly Invited Me To IPL Finals,’ Says Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Ramiz Raja, Explains Reason For Not Attending

‘Ganguly Invited Me To IPL Finals,’ Says Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Ramiz Raja, Explains Reason For Not Attending

Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board Rameez Raja He said that he was invited by the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. Soro Ganguly To participate in the final of the Indian Premier League (IPL), but he decided not to participate, keeping in mind the “situation” and “outcome”.

“Ganguly invited me twice last year and this year to the IPL final and it made sense to go in terms of cricket, but then, due to the situation, we accepted the invitation,” he said. We had to see the results, “he said. To the news agency PTI

Raja also said that while Pakistan wanted to play with India, political equality between its neighbors was a stumbling block.

“I have spoken to Soro (Ganguly) about this and I told him that three former cricketers are currently heading their cricket board and if they can’t tell the difference, who will?” Said Raja.

Sensing a “brief change”, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to challenge the proposed two-and-a-half month extended window for the Indian Premier League.

PCB chairman Rameez Raja said the matter would be taken up at the next ICC conference.

“No announcement or decision has been taken yet on extending the IPL window. I will present my views on the issue at the ICC conference,” Raja told a media conference here on Friday.

“My point is clear: if there is a breakthrough in world cricket which means we are being briefly changed, we will challenge it very strongly and make our case firmly at the ICC. Will do. “

In an exclusive interview with PTI, BCCI Secretary J Shah said that the Indian board has been asked to formally challenge the decision of the PCB. An extension window for L from 2024 to 2031 has emerged.

“From the next FTP cycle, there will be an official two-and-a-half month window in the IPL so that all the top international cricketers can participate. We have talked to various boards as well as the ICC,” Shah told PTI. Yes, “Shah told PTI. .

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