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New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White has said that the details of the threat to the cricket team have not been disclosed to Pakistan and will not be disclosed.

In a statement issued by New Zealand Cricket, Kiwi Board Chief Executive David White said that the New Zealand cricket team was determined to play a series against Pakistan as it had previously taken a detailed look at Pakistan’s security situation and dealing with threats. Arrangements made were reviewed, but on Friday, everything changed, as did the instructions and the potential danger.

David White said that the Pakistan Cricket Board has been briefed on the reasons for the cancellation of the New Zealand cricket team’s tour, but they have not been told in detail and will not be told. We know this is a very difficult time for the PCB but we had no choice but to cancel the tour. What more can they say that the instructions we received were the result of reports from a responsible and very careful source about the potential threat to the team.
“We took a very responsible step in light of the instructions we received from the New Zealand government,” White said. We had extensive discussions with New Zealand government officials before making a decision and only after informing the PCB of our position did we understand that there was a telephone conversation between the Prime Ministers of the two countries.

It is to be noted that New Zealand had canceled the tour of Pakistan at a time when the first match of the one-day series between the two teams was scheduled to start in Rawalpindi with less than 2 hours left, and the New Zealand team for several days. Was present in Pakistan from

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