BCCI President Sourav Ganguly. (Source: Twitter)

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has addressed concerns raised by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and its chief, Ehsan Mani.

“I have informed the (ICC) board that the BCCI was supposed to give us visa assurances by 31st December, but that didn’t happen because their President, Sourav Ganguly was twice hospitalised. But I have now again taken up this matter with the ICC and am in touch with them. The ICC has told us that we will get our written confirmation by the end of next month (March),” Mani had said.

“The BCCI has referred Indian government’s communication to the IOC in its letter to the ICC. Even the Indian Olympic Committee (IOC) has been kept in the loop,” a source in the know has said. The BCCI office-bearers did not respond to questions.