For the Pak-Sri Lanka Test series, the PCB has started monitoring the ongoing tense situation in Sri Lanka. The Pakistan Cricket Board has said that if the situation becomes more serious, it will take a decision in consultation with the Sri Lankan board and the government. The political situation in Sri Lanka is extremely tense due to the economic crisis, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has resigned from his post due to violent protests by the people.
PCB has started monitoring the ongoing tense situation in Sri Lanka
People are protesting in many cities, including Colombo, due to inflation, shortage of electricity, and petrol. Many civilians have been killed and injured during the violent protests. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has started monitoring the tense situation in Sri Lanka due to violent protests. The PCB says the Test series is scheduled to take place in the window from July 5 to August 9.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) says that the PCB has strong ties with Sri Lanka. Even in difficult situations, not only the board but also the government has sided with Sri Lanka. We have always preferred to play cricket in Sri Lanka. Don’t look at Lanka from the perspective of Australia, Pakistan visited Sri Lanka even when there was a terrorist attack on the church. The PCB in its statement also said that Sri Lanka has also sided with Pakistan in difficult times. The visit to Sri Lanka is expected to be in the scheduled window as per schedule.