PCB chairman Shahryar Khan wrote in the letter that Anurag Thakur, secretary BCCI, should make the series possible in December. The BCCI had signed an MOU to play Pakistan in six series between 2015 and 2023, with the first to be hosted by the PCB in the UAE in December.
However, the two boards differed over television broadcast rights and India have been reluctant to discuss the series due to the recent cross-border terrorism.
"Politics is vulnerable to highs and lows and the sport of cricket should be kept away from it," a Pakistani newspaper quoted Shaharyar Khan as saying.
"Cricket is a tool to formulate peace between the countries," he said. Officials from both the boards have been doing some tough talking in the last few weeks.

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