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The Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) on Monday stated that the departure of its staff for the T20 World Cup in India has been delayed owing to points associated to visa. The occasion is scheduled from December 6 to 17 throughout 9 cities and is being organised by the Blind Cricket Federation of India.
“We have now nonetheless not been issued visas by Indian authorities though the event is ranging from in the present day,” a PBCC official stated.
He stated the PBCC was undecided if it could be capable of ship its staff as its departure had already been delayed and the opening ceremony of the event was held on Monday, on the Tau Devi Lal Indoor Stadium in Gurugram.
“We have now utilized for the visas since twenty third November and have additionally despatched a letter to the Blind Cricket Council to look into the matter.” Six groups are to take part within the 12-day occasion, together with hosts India, Bangladesh, Australia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Africa, and Pakistan.
Pakistan is ready to play towards India on December 8 after enjoying South Africa a day earlier.
“We have now even requested for assist from the Pakistan Cricket Board,” he added.
Pakistan completed second within the final T20 World Cup for the Blind.
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