Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Shaharyar Khan said that the PCB would wait for a day or two before shelving plans for the short limited-overs series which was planned this month in Sri Lanka.
     
"After that the series will be off," he said.
     
Khan said chances of the series being organized now were very bleak since the resumption of cricketing ties between the two countries was not discussed by the Indian foreign minister
Sushma Swaraj during her meetings with Pakistani officials in Islamabad.
     
"To be honest the chances of the series being held now are very bleak because we have been told cricket was not discussed in the meeting between the Indian foreign minister and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif," Khan said.
     
"If the series is not held we stand to lose out on around USD 40 to 50 million and we had already started making preparations for the series in Sri Lanka which included hotel bookings," the PCB chief added.
     
Khan said the PCB will review its future policies and brief its governing board members on the developments.

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