New Delhi: Home minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said his ministry had not received any proposal from the BCCI with regards to the Indo-Pak series in December.
"BCCI has not come out with proposal yet. We want better ties with Pakistan, they should also think on same lines," Singh told ANI.
Manohar said in the media conference after the BCCI's 86th AGM that the Indo-Pak series will also depend on getting clearance from the Indian government.
"We need government permission to play against Pakistan and Board decision will be as per the government stand," Manohar said.
Asked if the Board has planned a series in December since the Indian team will not be engaged in that period, BCCI President Shashank Manohar said all would depend on decision on series against Pakistan.
"Depending on what happens to series against Pakistan, we have to take a call," Manohar said, leaving the matter for interpretation that series was not yet completely ruled out.
(With Agency inputs)