Amir Siddiqui and Aleem Khan to cricket lovers also criticized the decision, saying that Pakistan should not be disappointed on Bangladesh tour cancelled and should not react abruptly.
“We should try to invite big names of International cricket to take part in our Premier cricket league tournament and once these foreign teams and players satisfied with our security systems, they will spread confidence in other teams and players”, they said.
They said that PCB should resolve all matters with Indian cricket board as this is the reality that Indian cricket board is a giant in International Cricket Council (ICC) today.
Bangladesh must visit Pakistan to start playing cricket to make a good relations with Pakistan it is golden opportunity to play this is the right time Bangladesh should play with Pakistan since Bangladesh is become the tough team to beat in Asia cup they give tough time for India, Sri Lanka and only unbeaten team was Pakistan so Bangladesh got a chance to beat them in their own country.
On the other hand Dav Whatmore the Pakistan coach, has said he is "disappointed" with the postponement of Bangladesh's proposed tour of Pakistan following a court stay order. Whatmore also said that he had not faced any security issues during his two-month stay in Pakistan.
Bangladesh had agreed to visit Pakistan in the last week of this month for an ODI and a T20I, both scheduled to be played in Lahore, but the tour was delayed on April 19 with a Dhaka court ordering a four-week embargo over security concerns.
"It is a bit disappointing," Whatmore said. "We were planning to quickly get started with training, but all that has been knocked on the head with Bangladesh not coming."
Whatmore, who was born in Sri Lanka and immigrated early to Australia, coached the country of his birth to their famous 1996 World Cup triumph. "From my personal point of view, I've lived in Sri Lanka, I was born in Sri Lanka, I lived through civil war there towards the end of that problem, and I am now staying in Lahore for the last two months and move around quite freely. I really don't have any problems with security."
Whatmore said the Pakistani people were starved of international cricket, which was difficult for them given the following and history of the game in the country. "It must be really hard for the people here, but do they [the rest of the world] really know how hard it is? You need to come and witness it to really know how difficult it is for a nation that has a rich history in international cricket to keep the game going without having the ability to host overseas teams."
For Pakistan, the Bangladesh tour is more a closed chapter for the moment and the series could be scrapped from the ICC Future Tours Programme as Pakistan is unlikely to host Bangladesh at an offshore venue. The PCB is, however, focussing on launching its own lucrative Twenty20 league, and is hoping to have overseas players in it - another tactic to revive international cricket in the country. Whatmore welcomed the idea and was hopeful of its success.
"Once it is known to people in the world that the PCB is planning to do this, I'm sure there will be a lot of international cricketers looking at their schedules and see that they are available in this short period of time to come and play here. I am very hopeful that there will be some very good international cricketers coming and enjoying playing in it."