Harbhajan Singh Believes BCCI Should Go With The Indian Government’s Decision
Since the Pulwama terror attack incident, many Indians have demanded to boycott the Pakistan match in the upcoming World Cup. The Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh feels the Indian national cricket team should go with the government’s decision.
On 14 February, a suicide bomber attacked with an explosive-laden vehicle into a CRPF bus in Pulwama district (Jammu and Kashmir). More than 40 soldiers have lost their lives, and many are critically injured. The Pakistan-based terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammed carried out that attack.
The whole world has condemned on that coward incident. While the Indians have come out to support the martyr soldiers’ families, many Indians have also protested against the entire relations with Pakistan.
India has stopped broadcasting the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL 2019). The Indian company IMG-Reliance has decided to pull out the PSL television coverage deal in worldwide. Some Indian cricket stadiums have removed or covered the pictures of Pakistan cricketers. Moreover, the nation has also banned all Pakistan artists.
Thought about India-Pakistan cricket ties
India-Pakistan cricket tie is very famous in world cricket. The India-Pakistan cricket ties always remain one of the top positions in the most awaiting games.
However, since January 2013, India and Pakistan haven’t played any bilateral series in international cricket. At present, they only meet in the ICC or ACC tournaments. According to the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup schedule, India and Pakistan will meet on 16 June at Old Trafford (Manchester). Recently, the ICC has also revealed that the India-Pakistan game in the upcoming World Cup is high in demand.
But many Indians believe that India should boycott the Pakistan match in the upcoming World Cup. The off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is one of them who feel that the country is bigger than anything. He believes that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) should stick with the decision whatever the Indian government will decide about their future relationship with Pakistan.
According to the reports, the SC-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) chief Vinod Rai believes that the BCCI should write a letter to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to ban Pakistan from the upcoming World Cup.
England Announces 13-Member Strong Test Squad For The Ireland Match
Ahead of the 2019 Ashes series, England will play an only four-day home Test match against Ireland. On Wednesday (17th…
Ravi Shastri Might Retain His Head Coach Role – BCCI Official
It seems like Ravi Shastri set to continue in his Head coach role for the Indian National Cricket Team despite…