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India has taken permission from ICC to wear camouflage caps in odi | Indian cricketer's army cap was thrown out of play by Pakistan, given the threat of taking revenge from India

                                                                
                            Sports desk In the third ODI against Australia in the Ranchi March 8, the team India played an Army cap in honor of the martyrs. After the Indian team did this, Pakistan had flared up and told them to complain against the game spirit and complain about the ICC. At the same time, India threatened to play black bars against India. Although the threat of Pakistan's threat came out when it came to light that the BCCI had already taken permission from the ICC to wear the cap.

Permission was taken a day ago …

– In the third ODI of the series played between India and Australia on Friday (March 8th) in Ranchi, the Indian team played an army cap. He did this in paying tribute to the soldiers who were killed in the Pulwama terror attack and in honor of the soldiers.

– Now clearing the situation about this, the ICC has told that the BCCI had already taken permission from him in this regard. The BCCI had taken the permission of the ICC CEO Dave Richardson to play an army cap on Thursday, March 7, which means that one day before the match.
– The board had also told the ICC that the players from the match will also donate the fees for the kin of the martyrs. During the talks with an English news website, the ICC sources told this about
Team India played the match on February 14, wearing an Army cap to show respect and honor to the 44 soldiers killed in the Pulwama terror attack. Apart from this, the players also donated the fees from that match to the kin of the martyrs.

Pakistan gave threat to complaint

– Pakistanis were shocked by Indian cricketers and staff members paying homage to the martyrs. Information and Broadcasting Minister Fawad Chaudhary had said that the ICC should take action against India in this matter.
According to Chaudhary, while playing an Army cap, Team India politicized the Gentlemen's game (games of gentlemen) and tried to disturb it. Which should not be accepted at all.
– Chaudhary had a tweet saying that the Pakistan Cricket Board officially spoke of complaining to the ICC in this matter. It was also written, "It is not just cricket, I hope the ICC will definitely take action against the politics of the game."
He further wrote, "If the Indian team did so, then the Pakistani team should also be told about the atrocities committed by India in Kashmir by playing a black bar. I appeal to the PCB to register their protest in this matter officially. '
                                                            

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