Islamabad, Sept. 18: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Zaka Ashraf has said talks are in progress with two or three countries for playing cricket in Pakistan.
Ashraf said the PCB has taken control of the Mirpur Stadium in Pakistan administered Kashmir so that an international team can play on ICC-approved grounds.
Ashraf also vowed to create Security and Anti-Corruption units in the PCB, reports The News.
He further said that strict measures would be taken not only in domestic cricket but also in international cricket to remove the stigma of corruption, which is tarnishing the image of Pakistan. (ANI)