There is growing concern that the Bangladeshi women's team, which will travel to Pakistan from October 23 to 11, will not visit in the end. The tour, consisting of two T20Is and three ODIs in Lahore, is believed to be in place as far as the two boards are concerned, but awaits customs clearance with the Bangladesh government.
Despite the fact that travel teams to Pakistan since 2009 require extensive security assurance from the PCB, the permit was considered formal. Sri Lanka saw a tour of Pakistan earlier this week to play three ODIs in Karachi and three T20Is in Lahore, and some major players didn't get in trouble citing security issues, but the series itself went without a problem.
The status of the women's tour can also affect the men's team, and he wrote a pencil to travel to Pakistan in January. Akram Khan, chairman of BCB's Cricket Steering Committee, told reporters that "if the security team goes to Pakistan, you will only get more details." As you know, BCB mentioned how security is a top priority on the tour after the New Zealand event. [when a terrorist killed 50 people inside two mosques in Christchurch]".
Khan will not rely on whether an earlier women's tour will actually become the green light for the men's series. "Security is definitely a concern, but at the same time we have to think about the development of women's cricket. But we repeatedly said that we would only move forward when we received the government's green signal."
Ten days have passed since the girls' scheduled arrival date, and without confirmation the PCB is easy to understand. Given that significant security efforts are required to ensure the safety of the visiting team, in addition to logistical and financial hurdles, there may be delays in the board of directors.PCB is eager to begin the standardization process for international cricket in Pakistan. There was discussion of a visit to Ireland in the near future and the PCB announced that the entire PSL would be held in Pakistan in 2020 in addition to a series of potential tests for Sri Lanka.
Even with the Bangladesh Women Tour, three support staff will not travel to Pakistan. The governor of BCB will be absent from Anju Jain senior coach, assistant Devika Palshikar, and Kavita Pandey trainer, and BCB is due to visa-related problems due to tensions between India and Pakistan. Stated that they want to avoid. However, many Indians who participated in TV production of the recently decided Sri Lankan series received visas.
Earlier this year, Karachi hosted a West Indies woman for three T20Is. The Bangladesh girls team made their last trip to Pakistan in 2015, while the men's side has not been visiting since 2008.
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