Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) executive Shaharyar Khan cautioned on Saturday that there could be a resistance to the ‘Enormous Three’ if India turn down a proposed arrangement against Pakistan in December-January.
The PCB boss approached India to respect a Memorandum of Understanding under which the most despised opponents consented to play six arrangement from 2015-2023 – pending leeway from both governments – the first of which is this year in the United Arab Emirates.
The Big Three deal can be undone PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan
Khan emphasized that Pakistan marked ‘Enormous Three’ arrangement, which successfully gave over control of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to India, England and Australia, on the guarantee of lucrative arrangement against the neighbors over an eight year period.
“We marked the new constitution on the understanding that India would play us six times in eight years. This was the instigation to us to drop our restriction and for the ICC to have a consistent understanding,” Khan told Telegraph Sport.
In any case, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has yet to give a last reaction on the arrangement involving two Tests, five one-dayers and two Twenty20 internationals and Khan said there was an inclination inside of his board that Pakistan had been hoodwinked with the offer of matches to drop its resistance against the ‘Enormous Three’.
“Presently we are currently confronting the issue if India does not play. It conflicts with MoU they marked as well as the comprehension on which we marked the new constitution.”
The PCB boss said Pakistan were not by any means the only nation to have been given the harsh end of the stick.
“I know separated from Pakistan there are different nations not content with this unequal treatment inside of the ICC board. It is unequal and undemocratic. Be that as it may, we marked it so we needed to acknowledge it.
“In any case, inside of a year if treatment is not the same for every nation then I think Pakistan will need to consider what to do about it. What would we be able to do? There are different nations that vibe like this. Anything is conceivable. I think the arrangement can be fixed if the huge three themselves feel this is not completing the work.”
Khan’s announcements are liable to expand weight on the ICC as the 81-year-old previous representative as of now showed on Wednesday that Pakistan may haul out from one year from now’s World T20 in India on the off chance that it doesn’t not get exceptional status from the Nawaz Sharif government.
Under the principles if an administration prevents a part nation from including in an ICC occasion then there are no fines.