Source: News Bharati English14 Oct 2016 14:46:22

Jaipur, October 14: IPL chairman Rajiv Shukla on Thursday said that India is not going to play cricket with Pakistan until Government allows for it. While addressing a press conference he clearly said to reporters, “India will not play cricket with Pakistan until Government allows for it”.    

On the matter of applying recommendations of Lodha panel in BCCI, Shukla said that BCCI has called for a special meeting. During the meet, the officials will discuss the recommendations of the Lodha committee and will take decision to present it during the session in Supreme Court.

“In the last meeting, Lodha Committee's recommendations were taken up clause by clause," he said. "Members discussed each point and placed their views. There were objections against some of the clauses while others were accepted. Now, it is once again up to the members to decide which ones to accept," said Shukla.

When he was asked about the applying of Lodha recommendation by Rajasthan cricket association, Shukla said, “At present, RSA is a suspended organization.” On the reports of appointment of Lalit Modi’s son as the chairman of RSA and ending the suspension of RSA, he said that this all are rumours.