Blind T20 World Cup 2022: Home Ministry gives visa clearance to Pakistan cricket team | Cricket News


NEW DELHI: The interior ministry on Tuesday gave permission to issue visas to 34 Pakistani players and officials to participate in the ongoing Blind Cricket World Cup.
The nod comes after the Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) earlier today claimed in a statement that the team had been unable to obtain visa clearance from the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, which which left the team in the lurch.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will issue visas to Pakistani players and officials so that they can travel to India.
The Home Ministry has given permission to issue visas to 34 Pakistani players and officials to participate in the blindfold Cricket World Cup, a ministry official said.
India, Bangladesh, Australia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Africa and Pakistan will take part in the tournament from December 5-17.
The matches will be played in Faridabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Indore and Bangalore where the final will take place. Pakistan finished second in the last Blind World Cup.
(With PTI entries)



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