HONG KONG - Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) is neither supporting nor opposing the abolition of the proposed rotation policy for the International Cricket Council (ICC) president, said SLC interim committee chairman, DS deSilva. Speaking exclusively at the hotel here on Tuesday late evening, he said: "If the issue comes on voting in the AGM here on Wednesday, we are going to abstain from the voting. The decision has nothing to do with the Indian cricket board's decision of not sending the players for the Sri Lanka Premier League (SLPL) in Colombo next month. I had a long chat with the BCCI president and secretary, Shashank Manohar and N Srinivasan on players' participation for the first edition of the league. I am sadden by their decision and hope if their stand still gets changed in days to come." The BCCI's move to ouster the next ICC vice president (and then the president) is clearly to keep the man from any of Bangladesh and Pakistan for holding this key post. "How can Ijaz Butt dream of becoming the ICC president when he is not able to run the board in his own country", one of the former BCCI official, said to this scribe here. According to the sources, the BCCI is keen to have Shashank Manohar for this post in future. The PCB chairman, Ijaz Butt, had a long discussion with the ECB chairman Giles Clark and their points of decision is unlikely to have only been restricted to Pakistan's 'home series against England at the neutral venue.