Indian veteran cricketer Sunil Gavaskar on Saturday made it clear that he would not attend the swearing-in ceremony of Pakistan President-elect Imran Khan due to some prior commitment.
Revealing this information while speaking to a news channel, Gavaskar said that he would have to skip the swearing-in ceremony as he has to go to England as part of the India-England test series. Imran will be sworn in as Pakistan's Prime Minister on August 18.
Wishing Imran, Gavaskar said that Imran has seen India since independence. "This is something that Pakistani leaders have not experienced in the past, and a new leadership could change a lot of things, at least that's what I hope," Gavaskar said.