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Shiv Sena workers barge into BCCI office, talks with PCB chief rescheduled

PTI | DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Oct 19, 2015, 4:59 pm IST
Updated Mar 27, 2019, 10:34 am IST
‘Talks have not been called off, Manohar and Khan will speak in the evening today and tomorrow’
PCB Chief Shaharyar Khan and PCB's executive committee head Najam Sethi are in the city for the meeting after discussing the planned series with BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur earlier on the sidelines of the ICC meeting in Dubai. (Photo: ANI)
 PCB Chief Shaharyar Khan and PCB's executive committee head Najam Sethi are in the city for the meeting after discussing the planned series with BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur earlier on the sidelines of the ICC meeting in Dubai. (Photo: ANI)

New Delhi: The much-anticipated talks between BCCI President Shashank Manohar and his Pakistan counterpart Shaharyar Khan on the proposed bilateral series have been rescheduled here for Tuesday after protests by Shiv Sena activists forced the Board to cancel the meet, in Mumbai today.

The meeting was to take place in Mumbai today but was cancelled in view of the protest at the BCCI headquarters during which hundreds of Shiv Sainiks stormed the Board office and gheraoed President Shashank Manohar in his office.

"The talks have not been called off. Mr Manohar and Mr Khan will speak to each other in evening today and tomorrow. They are coming to Delhi for another round of talks," IPL Chairman and senior Board functionary Rajiv Shukla told PTI.

Manohar had invited Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar Khan for talks on the much-anticipated series scheduled in December. In Tuesday's meeting, Shukla and BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur will also be present. The PCB chairman is also expected to meet top government officials. 

Khan and PCB's executive committee head Najam Sethi are in the city for the meeting after discussing the planned series with BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur earlier on the sidelines of the ICC meeting in Dubai.

Thakur had assured him a final decision could be taken later this month and conveyed Manohar's invitation to visit India.

There is speculation that the two neighbours could play either a bilateral series in the UAE or agree to a possible triangular series in December also involving Bangladesh. 

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