In 2023, India won’t visit Pakistan for the Asia Cup.

In 2023, India won’t visit Pakistan for the Asia Cup.

India won’t be participating in the 2023 Asia Cup in Pakistan.which raises concerns over where the tournament would now be. According to BCCI secretary and head of the Asian Cricket Council.Jay Shah, the tournament is likely to be shift outside of Pakistan. The news broke on the day of the BCCI’s annual general meeting in Mumbai. where Jay Shah, the BCCI secretary and head of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC). urged that the Asia Cup should be play at a different location in the following year.

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 Following the BCCI AGM. Shah inform the media that the Asia Cup 2023 would take place at a neutral location. The new BCCI office bearers. including president Roger Binny, treasurer Ashish Shelar, and Rajiv Shukla. who was re-elect as board vice-president. were present when Shah talk to the media. “I am stating this as ACC President. The ACC has not yet convened to talk about the issue.much less to make a formal decision. That has caused the PCB to wonder in what capacity Shah was commenting on the subject and why he made that decision.

A PCB representative stat that the board would not be responding at this time. but a forceful response is not rul out; for example. there has already been discussion inside the board about leaving the ACC. Shah’s remarks might also have some bearing on two ICC events that will take place in Pakistan and India in the coming years. Pakistan is slat to host the 2025 Champions Trophy, with India hosting the 2023 ODI World Cup shortly after the Asia Cup. Pakistan’s inability to play in India, will have on those competitions.

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Pakistan needed permission from their government to visit India for the 2016 T20 World Cup, and they only received it just in time. It’s unlikely that the ICC will make a statement at this time. Pakistan’s most recent visit to India was for the 2016 ICC tournament, while India last travelled to Pakistan for the 2008 Asia Cup. Since Pakistan toured India for a white-ball only series in 2012–2013, they haven’t played because of tense political tensions. India and Pakistan are scheduled to play each other again at the T20 World Cup in Melbourne on October 23. Their most recent matchups took place at the 2022 Asia Cup in the UAE in August and September of this year.

There’s little doubt that the tension leading up to that game will be a little higher now. The comments have caused dissatisfaction at least within the PCB, not least since Shah made them following a BCCI AGM that he presided over as board secretary, effectively bypassing the ACC as a body. According to a representative, such a choice cannot be made without first going through the ACC board. However, there is enough discontent within the board to consider ceasing to be a member of the ACC, an organisation established in the mid-1980s—ironically—to promote positive relations between Asian nations.

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That’s not quite how things have turned out. The UAE, which has hosted the competition four times total, hosted the last two seasons. The members were informed that a decision would be made dependent on the Indian government’s approval when the issue of whether India would travel to Pakistan for the Asia Cup came up for debate at the AGM. Shukla reaffirmed the idea in a casual conversation with the media. At this point, Shah made the observation that India would not be departing. It’s interesting that the BCCI chose not to host a formal media briefing, which has historically been a regular event. The office holders would meet with the media informally on Tuesday, according to information provided to the press. 

Source: espncricinfo

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