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Former India cricketer Gautam Gambhir says India should boycott Pakistan match BCCI, the only effective step: Gambhir to boycott the final from Pakistan

               
The former opener of the Indian team said, "We should end the game of relations with Pakistan"
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new Delhi. Former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir expressed his opinion about the demand for a boycott of Pakistan in the ODI World Cup. He said that the conditional ban on Pakistan will not work, its exclusion will be the most effective step. He said that even in the tournament finals starting May 30, India face Pakistan, even then Team India should boycott the match. They came here to participate in a program here.

Pakistan can not play with any condition: Gambhir
Gambhir said, "What happened in Pulwama is not acceptable. In this way, we can not play conditional with Pakistan. In this regard, the BCCI has to take a decision. However, I believe that any conditional action against our neighbor will not be valid. It has to be completely boycotted. "

More than the match, the lives of our soldiers are precious
Gambhir said, "I am sure that boycotting Pakistan in the World Cup will not be difficult. We should not play in the Asia Cup in the presence of Pakistan. I am against it. 'Gambhir feels that the cost of the lives of our soldiers is more than any match.

Support the boycott of the entire country from Pakistan
As for the serious, 'we should not play against Pakistan for the sake of our soldiers. The lives of our 41 jawans are more important than any match. I believe that if the BCCI boycott a match with Pakistan, then the entire country should respect this decision. Even if we reached the final, we should not play against Pakistan. "
                
                
            

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