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A Pakistani commission headed by Bilawal Bhutto will decide if India will participate in the World Cup

<p>A 14-member committee led by Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has been formed by Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to discuss the country’s cricket team’s participation in the World Cup, which will be held in India in October.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-62856″ src=”×422.jpg” alt=”” width=”1310″ height=”737″ srcset=”×422.jpg 750w,×576.jpg 1024w,×432.jpg 768w,×864.jpg 1536w,×220.jpg 390w,×84.jpg 150w, 1600w” sizes=”(max-width: 1310px) 100vw, 1310px” /></p>
<p>The committee will compile its suggestions for the premier’s consideration and approval after considering all pertinent aspects, according to The News.</p>
<p>Bypassing all established procedures, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) requested the federal government’s approval in a letter to Sharif dated June 27 before approving the national team’s participation in the ODI World Cup.</p>
<p>The interior minister, the law minister, the minister for inter-provincial coordination, the minister for information and broadcasting, the adviser on Kashmir affairs, the adviser on establishment, the foreign secretary, PSPM, and representatives of sensitive agencies and departments make up the committee, which is chaired by Bilawal.</p>
<p>The committee has been given permission to convene and discuss Pakistan’s World Cup eligibility.</p>
<p>Pakistan may respond by refusing to go to India for the 2019 World Cup and declaring that they would also hold all of their games at neutral sites, according to The News.</p>
<p>The committee has been given permission by the prime minister to make a decision on the delicate issue for his final approval.</p>
<p>In a letter addressed to Sharif, PCB Chief Operating Officer Salman Naseer requested permission for the Pakistan cricket team to compete in the ICC Cricket World Cup. If the government grants permission for the team to compete, the PCB wants advice on the venues for the team’s scheduled matches.</p>

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