Prime Minister Imran Khan has granted permission to Pakistan’s cricket team to tour England for a bilateral cricket series in July.
On Monday Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Mani met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad.
The PM’s office said in a statement that,
“Mani briefed PM Khan on talks with the England and Wales Cricket Board.
The Prime Minister allowed Pakistan to tour England in July. “Cricket is in the blood of Pakistanis,” he said.
PM Khan said the coronavirus pandemic had suspended all sports activities but they wished grounds to be full with crowds again.
PM Khan directed that the national team must act upon SOPs during the series.