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Dhāka : Bangladesh | Dec 31, 2012 at 3:33 AM PST
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Dhaka: Bangladesh refused to play cricket in Pakistan.

Bangladesh Cricket Board Chief Nazmul Hassan told the reporters here, in Dhaka, that Bangladesh will not visit Pakistan due to Security concerns.

According to the reliable sources Bangladesh made the decision due to security situation in Pakistan.

Earlier, Bangladesh Cricket Board announced for a short tour on Two Match series.

"We have made the decision after considering the overall security situation in Pakistan and the concern of our people have expressed over the safety of the players."

Pakistan Cricket board Chairman Zaka Ashraf in reaction told the media that if Bangladesh refused the tour, PCB will not issued NOCs to the Pakistani players to play in the Bangladesh Premier League.

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Dhaka: Bangladesh Refused To Play Cricket In Pakistan.
Dhaka: Bangladesh refused to play cricket in Pakistan. Bangladesh Cricket Board Chief Nazmul Hassan told the reporters here, in Dhaka, that Bangladesh will not visit Pakistan due to Security concerns. According to the reliable sources Bangladesh made the decision due to security situation in Pakistan. Earlier, Bangladesh Cricket Board announced for a short tour on Two Match series. "We have made the decision after considering the overall security situation in Pakistan and the concern of our people have expressed over the safety of the players." Pakistan Cricket board Chairman Zaka Ashraf in reaction told the media that if Bangladesh refused the tour, PCB will not issued NOCs to the Pakistani players to play in the Bangladesh Premier League.
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