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India granted permission to wear caps in memory of fallen soldiers: ICC | On the Pakistan's objection, the ICC said: "We allowed Team India to wear military cap"

In the one-day match at Ranchi on March 8, the team India played like a cap like a Force
Team India paid tribute to martyrs in Pulwama attack after wearing a caps
Pakistan Cricket Board had told the ICC – take action against Team India

new Delhi. The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday said that Team India had approved the wearing of the symbolic cap of the army in the third ODI against Australia. India played with an army-like cap on March 8 in Ranchi. Pakistan had expressed its displeasure with the ICC.

Pakistan wrote to ICC

The ICC said that the BCCI had sought permission to wear this cap for the tribute to the martyrs in the Pulwama attack and to raise funds for the National Defense Fund. We had approved it.

The Pakistan Cricket Board sent a letter to the ICC in this regard. The Pakistan Board had demanded action against Team India after wearing a cap like Army.

Pak Board Chairman Ahsan Mani said that India had got approval from the ICC for any other reason and it seemed to be something else to do. This is not acceptable.

Pakistan Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhary also expressed his displeasure over this. He said that Cricket Gentleman is a game and India politicized it. They also demanded action against Team India.

Without the name of Pak over the terror attacks, the BCCI had told the ICC last month without breaking the ties of terror attacks that break ties with countries where terrorism begins.

Dhoni had given the team up to the start of the match against Australia in Cape Ranchi, MS Dhoni had given the cap to team mates and staff. Dhoni was given the cap by Captain Virat Kohli.

                

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