India is ready to face off Pakistan in the women's Asia Twenty 20 Cup that will take place in Thailand. The matches will begin from November 25.
BCCI President Anurag Thakur said that he would ask the ICC to not plan India-Pakistan coordinates in gathering phases of its occasions due to the political and discretionary strains between the two nations.
Pakistan Cricket Board source said on Wednesday that if required India would play Pakistan.
'We took this up unequivocally at the last ICC meeting in Capetown and India said it had reservations exaggerating with us in respective arrangement however would play in ICC occasions," the source said.
He said the Pakistan designation head, Najam Sethi had submitted news cut-outs and video recordings of Anurag Thakur's announcements on Indo-Pak cricket ties including the one on not playing Pakistan in one year from now's Champions Trophy.
"Sethi made the point enthusiastically at the ICC meeting that while Pakistan had dependably pushed keeping governmental issues and games separated, the BCCI President's media proclamations were political.
"Sethi plainly asked Thakur at the meeting regardless of whether his announcements were not political ones on Indo-Pak relations and he ought to be sure about whether India needed to play with Pakistan in the gathering or knockout phases of ICC occasions in future," the source uncovered.
The source said that Thakur had demonstrated to the ICC that India would have no issues on playing Pakistan in ICC occasions however couldn't focus on respective ties right now until its legislature gave leeway.
"Subsequently obviously India will play us in the ladies' Asia T20 Cup and Champions Trophy. Sethi later additionally had a casual exchange with Thakur on the sidelines of the meeting," he said.
The source said that the ICC had likewise asked Pakistan in composing whether it had any issues playing India in the ladies' alliance cricket rivalries and the PCB had made it clear it was even arranged to play with India in the arrangement in UAE in October yet India had hauled out finally.
Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Thailand are the partaking groups in the ladies' Asia T20 Cup.
The Pakistan ladies' group will achieve Thailand straightforwardly from New Zealand.