Pakistan cupboard rejects proposal to liaise with Indian broadcasters for telecast of England Checks

Pakistan cupboard rejects proposal to liaise with Indian broadcasters for telecast of England Checks

Islamabad: Pakistan cupboard on Tuesday rejected a proposal to liaise with an Indian firm for dwell telecast of the upcoming Pakistan-England cricket sequence because of the present political tensions.

Minister for Data Fawad Chaudhry instructed the media after the cupboard assembly that Pakistan Tv (PTV) requested the federal government to signal an settlement with Star and Sony to broadcast the matches.

“The cupboard has rejected the request of PTV to signal an settlement with Star and Sony to air the England-Pakistan cricket sequence,” Fawad stated.

He stated the Imran Khan authorities had already made it clear that relations with India trusted reversing the 5 August, 2019 motion, referring to the revocation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.

File image of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. AP

File picture of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. AP

“Our ties with India can’t be normalised till these actions are withdrawn,” he stated.

Chaudhry stated that Star and Sony have monopoly over all cricket content material for South Asia and because of the absence of settlement with any Indian firm, “the sequence won’t be aired in Pakistan.”

However he stated that the federal government was looking for a center floor by approaching the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and different overseas firms to safe broadcasting rights.

He additionally stated that the PTV and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) would undergo monetary losses because of the cupboard resolution.

The cricket sequence between Pakistan and England is scheduled to begin from 8 July.

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