ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
There was a schedule match between India and Pakistan in world cup 2019 on June 16 in Manchester.
Indian Team skipper Virat Kohli express his view on India – Pakistan match that should me abundant. Virat Kohli on Saturday said that he and his unit will follow the orders of the government and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as the chorus grows for boycotting their world cup 2019 match against Pakistan. Speculations are rife that India might refuse to play the scheduled match of world cup 2019 against Pakistan on June 16 in Manchester.
Virat Kohli has awake eye on the decision of BCCI
Virat Kohli has awake eye on the decision of BCCI and Indian Government whether or not to refuse the game. However there has been no official announcement from any of the boards. “Our sincere condolences to the families of CRPF soldiers who lost their lives in #PulwamaAttack.
Westand by what the nation wants to do and what the BCCI decides to do,” Kohli said in Vizag at the press conference. Ahead of the first T20I against Australia on Saturday.
#WATCH Virat Kohli on Ind Vs Pak in World Cup says. “Our sincere condolences to the families of CRPF soldiers who lost their lives in #PulwamaAttack. We stand by what the nation wants to do and what the BCCI decides to do.”
The Demand was growing up and high to boycott the clash against Pakistan during the World Cup. As a Mark of protest against the Pulwama terror attack in which India have lost more than 40 CRPF personnel’s. And was claimed by Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-mohammed.
An Official Letter was sent to the ICC wherein concern have been placed on record over the security of players at the world cup and a call has been made to sever ties with countries from where terrorism emanates. The BCCI’s CoA met on Friday and took a couple of decisions with regards to Pakistan.
Further, The BCCI has decided to not hold the Indian Premier League (IPL) opening ceremony and instead use the budget to benefit the families of the soldiers who were killed in Pulwama, Kashmir.
However, CoA chief Vinod Rai didn’t take a stand on the World Cup match with Pakistan, saying that there was a long time to go before the match.