MUMBAI - The 2011 World Cup Cricket Organising Committee will meet on May 27 in Mumbai to discuss the hosting rights of matches by Pakistan, it was learnt here. According to the sources from Mumbai, the representatives from BCCI, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have been invited for the meeting. It could not be confirmed whether the PCB chairman Ijaz Butt has been invited for the meeting. The PCB chief Ijaz Butt, who was to leave Taj Samudra (Colombo) on Sunday afternoon, had a 90-minute discussion with the SLC officials (Interim Committee Chairman D. S. D'Silva, Secretary Nishantha Ranatunga, Treasurer Sujeeva Rajpeksha, additional CEO Ajit Jaysekera and Director Cricket Operations Ashely D'Silva) in Colombo on Satuday. "For obvious reasons the PCB chairman was a worried man," someone present in the meeting pointed out. "We may want to support the PCB but it is not only in our hands," he further remarked. "It is a disappointing response from the ICC; if PCB is still a host why was PCB not informed about the organising committee meeting in Mumbai immediately after the ICC board meeting or and why were the Pakistan matches allocated to India without Pakistan's input ?", someone close to Ijaz Butt said. "Even Salman Butt who is (was) the executive head of the organising was not informed of the meeting," he further said. "Sadly, the ICC is looking for technical loopholes instead of making an honest admission that the decision was made in haste without considering all the implications," he said. "All should sit together and sort out the problem amicably".