After the Pulwama terror attack, the BCCI had written to the ICC
The Supreme Society of Cricket said – he has no role in such cases
Dubai. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has shocked the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI). The Supreme Institution of Cricket has turned down the demand of ending the relationship completely with the countries of the Board which promote terrorism. The ICC says that he has no role in such cases.
After the Pulwama terror attack, the BCCI wrote a letter to the ICC. In this, the ICC and its member states had demanded to end the relations with the countries which are protecting terrorism. 40 CRPF personnel were martyred in the Pulwama attack.
BCCI had already anticipated this
A BCCI official said on condition of anonymity, "There is a possibility that nothing can happen. The ICC President has clarified that the decision to expel any country is taken at the government level and there is no such rule in the ICC. It will happen that BCCI already knew, but then we took a chance. "
BCCI demands rejected in the meeting chaired by Shashank Manohar
The matter was raised during the ICC board meeting on Saturday. The meeting was chaired by ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar. However, there was not much discussion on this. In the meeting, the BCCI was represented by the Executive Secretary of the Board Amitabh Chaudhary. However, the BCCI did not give any reference to Pakistan in its letter. The Government of India has justified Pakistan for the Pulwama attack.
Players in PSL did not protest yet
The board official said, "Many players from the member countries play in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). They never asked such a demand. Yes, security is an issue and there has been considerable discussion on this. "This year, in England from May 30 to July 14, World Cup is to be held. It is proposed to have a match between India and Pakistan on June 16.
Indian team demands boycott of match against Pakistan
After the Pulwama attack, in view of the increased diplomatic tension between the two countries, Team India has been asked to boycott this match. It includes some big names in the cricket world like Sourav Ganguly and Harbhajan Singh. However, the BCCI's Administrators' Committee (COA) has not taken any decision till date. He says that he is waiting for the government's order.