LAHORE Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt has flown to India to seek support of the Indian board in a bid to stop the possible isolation of the Pakistan cricket in the world. During this urgently arranged visit to India, Butt will be meeting ICC president Sharad Pawar to discuss a number of issues including match-fixing and the possible outcome of the ICC chief executive meeting held in Cape Town. It was not clear what exactly was the agenda for the meeting, but sources say he will discuss the match-fixing issue and a stern stand taken by other ICC members against the PCB. A board official said that Butt would definitely be meeting with Indian cricket board officials and the President of the International Cricket Council, Sharad Pawar. One can expect that Butt is trying to drum up support for Pakistan on the spot fixing issue while at the same time, he will try to convince the BCCI officials to play against Pakistan at neutral venues, maybe even to raise funds for the flood victims in Pakistan, he said. Reports said the income Pakistan is expected to get from the World Cup 2011 will also be discussed with Pawar.