Pakistan cricket board i.e. PCB chief Ehsan Mani on Monday described India's security situation as bad
BCCI vice-president Mahim Verma countered on Mani's statement
Dainik BhaskarDec 24, 2019, 10:29 AM IST Sports Desk. The BCCI has given a stern response to PCB Chief Ehsan Mani's statement in which he described India's security situation as dangerous. BCCI Vice President Mahim Verma exhorted Mani that instead of teaching India, the PCB chief should worry about his country and his safety. Mahim said- they should first look into their Gireban. We are fully capable of handling the situation in our country. The PCB chief said in an interview on Monday that the risks in India are greater in terms of security than in Pakistan. The BCCI gave a fitting reply on Tuesday.
By all means, the BCCI vice-president took a tough stand on the statement of Ehsan Money, the head of the competent Pakistan Cricket Board. Talking to the news agency said, "Ehsaan Money first look into your Gireban and talk about your own country. India is capable of handling itself and its security situation in every respect.
BCCI Vice President Mahim Verma on Pakistan Cricket Board Chief's reported statement 'India a far greater security risk than Pakistan': they should first look within and think about their own country. We are capable enough to handle our country and security. pic.twitter.com/33QOhVh0bJ — ANI (@ANI) December 24, 2019
Money had told Pakistan that Mehfooz Ehsan had told the security situation of India in an interview to a sports website of Pakistan. He was asked that after Sri Lanka, will the other big teams also visit Pakistan now? To this, Mani said, "We have proved that Pakistan is a safe country in every respect. If no one wants to come here, then they should prove that the security situation here is bad. Currently playing in India is more risky than Pakistan. "
Bangladesh will not play Test series in Pakistan In response to another question, Mani said, “Sri Lankan team came here. He played the first three T20s. This was followed by a two-Test series. You can call it the turning point of cricket in Pakistan. The media and cricket fans here have given the message to the world that everything is right in Pakistan. ”Bangladesh has refused to send its Test team to Pakistan. However, he is ready to play the T20 series. Asked about this, Mani said, “We are still in talks with the Bangladesh Cricket Board. Why only Bangladesh? We want to assure all the teams that Pakistan can play their home Test series here. I still hope that Bangladesh team will definitely visit Pakistan. "