Sunil Gavaskar has come down hard on the BCCIs decision to revive bilateral ties with Pakistan, claiming that the short limited-overs series in December-January was in poor taste considering Pakistans non-cooperation in the Mumbai terror attacks probe.
"Being a Mumbaikar I feel what is the urgency when there is no co-operation from the other side," said Gavaskar, adding that the scheduling of an additional series during Indias heavy workload in the upcoming season would only put more pressure on the team.
England, who are touring India from November to January, playing four Tests, five ODIs and two Twenty20s, go home on December 22 and return on January 3.
"My first reaction is that the time the players have between the England series, it is not going to be there, said Gavaskar. They are playing England in November-December but now they are not going to get the breather. Players need the time to look after their injuries and get better.
Relations between India and Pakistan broke down after the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai. Since then there have been no bilateral series between the two countries and the only three meetin
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