Pakistan cheated as ICC passes ‘Big Three’ plan to hostage cricket

Pakistan cheated on ICC big three plansSINGAPORE – International Cricket Council under the guise of a change in the hierarchy of international cricket passed the ‘ Big Three’ hostage plan.

In Singapore, the ICC Executive Board meeting was held in which the ‘ Big Three’ draft discussed. The planed needed 8 votes from permanent members for approval.

New Zealand, West Indies, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh had already supported ‘ Big Three’ controversial plan while Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka were against the proposal. However, during the final stages of voting South Africa got on his knees accepting the plan.

Pakistan and Sri Lanka have sought more time to take detailed review of the case. After approval of the plan, Australia, England and India will become the permanent members of ICC.

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