Lahore, Nov 26 (UNI) The PCB today said India's forthcoming tour of Pakistan would be high on its agenda when its chairman Izaj Butt meets BCCI president Shahank Manohar early next month and mainatained that there will be no discussion on the recognition of rebel ICL players.
''Basically the purpose of Ijaz Butt going to India is to hold one to one dialogue with the president of BCCI, which is very important for us. The ICL is not part of the discussions,'' a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official said.
With the reports strife that India could possibly withdraw it tour of Pakistan early next year, the PCB had sent a request to their Indian counterparts to arrange a meeting between Butt and the BCCI president on December 3 to discuss the forthcoming tour.
During the meeting, Butt would discuss the issue of revising itinerary for the tour as Rawalpindi, which was due to host a Test and a One-dayer, had now been dropped as a venue because of incomplete construction works, the official said.
''However, if the meeting does not go as scheduled, Butt would still meet the BCCI officials in Colombo, where the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meeting on December 5,'' the official added.
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