The third and final day of the second and final cricket match between Bangladesh and Pakistan was suspended on Monday due to continuous rain without a ball.
The announcement came 90 minutes after noon as there was no sign of an end to the rain caused by Cyclone Jawad. It has rained heavily every day of play so far.
The third half of the first day lost rain and bad light and only 6.2 of 98 overs was possible on the second day.
With heavy rainfall or thunderstorms predicted in many parts of Bangladesh in the next 24 hours, filming seems to be the only result.
Pakistan, who selected the first defeat, reached 188-2 in 63.2 overs while captain Babar Azam beat 71 and Azhar Ali at 52.
Pakistan won the first test with eight wickets and led the two-match series 1-0. In the past, the guests swept the three-match T20 International series.