Reports of shifting Pakistan matches from India as baseless

The International Cricket Council (ICC) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) termed as “baseless” the reports of Pakistan shifting the World Cup 2023 matches from India.
According to a report by leading cricket website Cricbuzz, a top ICC official has revealed that during the meeting, there was no talk of shifting Pakistan’s Bangladesh matches.

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Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Chief Nizamuddin says that he is not aware of any progress regarding the hosting of matches by Pakistan.
On the other hand, the Indian media has claimed that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has refused to hold Pakistan’s World Cup matches in any country other than India.

Yesterday, former CEO of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and General Manager of International Cricket Council (ICC) Wasim Khan said that “I don’t think Pakistan team will visit India for the 2023 World Cup scheduled in India.” Will do”.
After Wasim Khan’s statement in the interview, an official of the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) said in his statement that he should stop behaving like the CEO of PCB.

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On the other hand, the report says that the scheduled match between Pakistan and India in the World Cup is likely to be played at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Delhi, Chennai or Ahmedabad.

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