After Shiv Sena's attack Najam Sethi to fly back to Pakistan, Shaharyar Khan reaches Delhi
Shaharyar Khan has reached Delhi where he is likely to meet BCCI bigwigs and Union ministers.
New Delhi: PCB's Head of Executive Committee Najam Sethi will fly back to Pakistan after the Shiv Sena attacks at the BCCI headquarters put a spanner on the proposed talks on resumption of cricketing ties with BCCI president Shashank Manohar in Mumbai.
However, PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan has decided to come to Delhi on a "personal capacity" and is expected to meet some of the top Union Ministers.
"I am going back but Mr Shaharyar Khan will be in Delhi.
He has his family there and also he might meet Mr Arun Jaitley in a personal capacity," Najam Sethi told a television channel today.
Khan arrived in Delhi by an evening flight though his itinerary for tomorrow has been kept under wraps.
While BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said that there is no "scheduled official meeting lined up", there is every possibility that Khan will meet some of the BCCI bigwigs as well as top BJP leaders at an undisclosed location.