ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Operating Officer Salim Altaf has said that returning of international cricket into Pakistan depend upon the political stability in the country. He said that foreign teams could tour Pakistan after giving security clearance. Adding that Pakistan became alone after Sri Lankan team was attacked in Lahore.
Salim said that Pakistan would to transfer the upcoming home serious at neutral venue against New Zealand due to security concern. He aid that they were mentally prepared to play at neutral venue as it was the only option in the current situation, adding that the situation was crystal clear before that world; therefore, nothing could happen till the situation remained unchanged.-SANA