The tension between PCB and BCCI have intensified since ACC president and BCCI secretary Jay Shah decided against sending India to Pakistan for the forthcoming Asia Cup.
Since then, the PCB have tried several methods to convince the Indian board to let the Rohit Sharma-led side travel to Pakistan, but their efforts have gone in vain.
Amid the Asia Cup row, the Pakistani media circulated a fresh report stating that the Najam Sethi-led PCB has given the green light for bilateral Test series against India at a neutral venue.
Speaking to Sydney Morning, Najam Sethi stated, “I think an Indo-Pak bilateral Test match series can be played in Australia, England, and South Africa.”
However, in the latest development, the BCCI has rejected any such proposal and speaking to ANI, a source from the apex board in India, remarked that they have no intentions to play any bilateral series against Pakistan.
“There are no plans for any kind of bilateral series against Pakistan to happen now or in future.”
Notably, India and Pakistan have not played a single bilateral series since 2013, and the last time they locked horns in a Test series was back in 2007.
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