Karachi: Former ICC president Ehsan Mani has warned the Pakistan Cricket Board of not following the BCCI blindly and insisted that the relation between the two boards should be based on mutual benefits. Mani advised the board to not sacrifice the interests of Pakistan cricket.
"They blindly followed what the BCCI conveyed to them. The officials showed a lack of competence by saying yes without putting forward the board's (PCB) point of view," Mani said.
The former president though said that the resumption of cricketing ties between the two nations will be good for the overall sport.