Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Asad Umar bluntly said that Pakistan doesn’t need to beg India for a series following the repeated refusals.
Soon after meeting between Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Board of Cricket Council India (BCCI) officials was interrupted by Shiv Sena mob, many Pakistani leaders have expressed their harsh responses.
In a clear cut remarks over India’s humiliating Pakistan, which is begging for the scheduled series, PTI’s Asad Omar said that if India is not interested then PCB should forget it and move ahead.
Meanwhile, former chairman of PCB Ijaz Butt has also stated in the similar manner saying PCB should stop asking for a series to India.
“I don’t know why the PCB is after India to play the series. It is very apparent they don’t want to play with us,” Butt said.
“Shahryar had asked me to speak to my contacts in India to push for the series. I did and I got a negative answer and I told Shahryar to forgot about India agreeing to play us in December.
“I will again tell Shahryar that he should stop chasing India as it has become embarrassing for us,” added Butt.