SINGAPORE: Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board Zaka Ashraf has lashed out against Cricket South Africa (CSA) after the "Big-3 Proposal" was accepted in International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting in Singapore on Saturday, ARY News reports.
Speaking exclusively to ARY News today, Zaka Ashraf said that CSA betrayed Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the ICC meeting. "Our principled stand is based on truth and justice", he said.
He said that all the cricket boards are after money but only the "Big Three" (India, Australia and England) will benefit from the proposal. He said that India is only making promises without providing any guarantee.
Zaka Ashraf said that only England and Australia have promised to play bilateral series with Pakistan. The discussion on the series will be held in a meeting in Dubai on 27th and 28th February.
PCB Chariman said that he had asked time to consider the restructuring of the cricket council.