Wasim Akram, Pakistan’s bowling legend has expressed his opinions about the turmoil going on between India and Pakistan regarding the bilateral series. He hopes that Pakistan will not boycott the Twenty20 world cup matches as there are speculations about Pakistan missing the T20I World Cup which is to be held in India during February-March.
India on the other hand has been delaying a response as to when the series shall be held. As per the MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed between India and Pakistan last year the bilateral series should be taking place in December 2015.
“I realise that the Indians have taken too much time over deciding on the bilateral series with Pakistan, but even if it does not happen now, it will happen soon. “But yes, I think the Indian board should also give a clear answer whether they want to play or not and put the issue aside,” Akram said while speaking at a function in Karachi.”
“The World Twenty20 is an ICC event and we should participate in it at all costs. If we don’t it will harm us in the long run. Not playing in the World Twenty20 will only affect our players and our cricket,” added Akram also saying that “If India doesn’t want to play with us, fine, we can also survive without playing them. But the problem of terrorism will not be finished even if we play or don’t play,” he said.
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