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No bilateral cricket series on Indian or Pakistani soil: Amit Shah

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(BJP) national president on Saturday categorically stated that and will not feature in any bilateral cricket series but would continue to participate in international tournaments.

"India, will continue to play at international tournaments but neither will play in nor will play in India," said Shah.

The comments from the president come days after Union Minister Vijay Goel had said cricket series between the two countries was not feasible until cross-border stops.

"should come out with a proposal on only after consultations with the I have already made it clear that any bilateral series with is almost impossible because there cannot be relations between the two countries until there is from the Pakistani side," Goel has said last month in the national capital.

"and cannot go hand in hand," he added.

Goel, however, added that there was no control of the on multilateral games.

The Cricket Board (PCB) had earlier last month sent a legal notice to the Board of Control for Cricket in (BCCI) for failing to honour the MoU signed between the two cricket boards in 2014.

The PCB had also demanded compensation close to USD 60 million from the for not honouring the MoU signed when N. Srinivasan was at the helm of affairs in the Indian board.

According to the 2014 agreement, were scheduled to play six series against , four of them were going to be Pakistan's home series, subject to clearance from the of

The two Asian neighbours have not played a full bilateral series after the Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah on Saturday categorically stated that India and Pakistan will not feature in any bilateral cricket series but would continue to participate in international tournaments."India, Pakistan will continue to play at international tournaments but neither India will play in Pakistan nor Pakistan will play in India," said Shah.The comments from the BJP president come days after Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel had said cricket series between the two countries was not feasible until cross-border terrorism stops."BCCI should come out with a proposal on Pakistan only after consultations with the government. I have already made it clear that any bilateral series with Pakistan is almost impossible because there cannot be sports relations between the two countries until there is terrorism from the Pakistani side," Goel has said last month in the national capital."Sports and terrorism cannot go hand in hand," he added.Goel, however, added ...

(BJP) national president on Saturday categorically stated that and will not feature in any bilateral cricket series but would continue to participate in international tournaments.

"India, will continue to play at international tournaments but neither will play in nor will play in India," said Shah.

The comments from the president come days after Union Minister Vijay Goel had said cricket series between the two countries was not feasible until cross-border stops.

"should come out with a proposal on only after consultations with the I have already made it clear that any bilateral series with is almost impossible because there cannot be relations between the two countries until there is from the Pakistani side," Goel has said last month in the national capital.

"and cannot go hand in hand," he added.

Goel, however, added that there was no control of the on multilateral games.

The Cricket Board (PCB) had earlier last month sent a legal notice to the Board of Control for Cricket in (BCCI) for failing to honour the MoU signed between the two cricket boards in 2014.

The PCB had also demanded compensation close to USD 60 million from the for not honouring the MoU signed when N. Srinivasan was at the helm of affairs in the Indian board.

According to the 2014 agreement, were scheduled to play six series against , four of them were going to be Pakistan's home series, subject to clearance from the of

The two Asian neighbours have not played a full bilateral series after the Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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No bilateral cricket series on Indian or Pakistani soil: Amit Shah

(BJP) national president on Saturday categorically stated that and will not feature in any bilateral cricket series but would continue to participate in international tournaments.

"India, will continue to play at international tournaments but neither will play in nor will play in India," said Shah.

The comments from the president come days after Union Minister Vijay Goel had said cricket series between the two countries was not feasible until cross-border stops.

"should come out with a proposal on only after consultations with the I have already made it clear that any bilateral series with is almost impossible because there cannot be relations between the two countries until there is from the Pakistani side," Goel has said last month in the national capital.

"and cannot go hand in hand," he added.

Goel, however, added that there was no control of the on multilateral games.

The Cricket Board (PCB) had earlier last month sent a legal notice to the Board of Control for Cricket in (BCCI) for failing to honour the MoU signed between the two cricket boards in 2014.

The PCB had also demanded compensation close to USD 60 million from the for not honouring the MoU signed when N. Srinivasan was at the helm of affairs in the Indian board.

According to the 2014 agreement, were scheduled to play six series against , four of them were going to be Pakistan's home series, subject to clearance from the of

The two Asian neighbours have not played a full bilateral series after the Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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