Two member security assessment team granted Indian visa ahead of World T20.ISLAMABAD: The Indian high commission on Sunday issued visas to a two-part Pakistani security group which will survey the security circumstance in the neighboring nation in front of the Pakistan cricket group’s visit there for the forthcoming ICC World Twenty20 occasion.
“International IDs for two individuals from Pakistani security group involving Director FIA Usman Anwar and Col. Azam from the Ministry of Interior were submitted on Sunday”, a political source told Dawn.com.
Government Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said a day back that a security group had been constituted and will withdraw on Monday for India, to guarantee that the Pakistani cricket group is given finished security while taking an interest in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup.
Two member security assessment team granted Indian visa ahead of World T20
He expounded and said, “I have requested that the PCB executive hold up, and the group can hold up until the exceptional status is guaranteed.”
Nisar said that it is the obligation of the Indian government to guarantee security of the Pakistani group, as the world glass is a universal competition, and India ought to guarantee that security is given to all members.
The group will hold gatherings with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and will likewise meet senior Indian security authorities to guarantee security for the Pakistan group. The Pakistan cricket group are booked to commence their World T20 crusade on March 16 at Kolkata before they go to Dharamsala for the prominent experience with most outstanding adversaries India.