Team India landed in Ranchi on March 8 in an ODI match against Australia by putting an army cap.
Team India paid tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama attack, now Javed Miandad copied it
Dainik BhaskarDec 15, 2019, 04:58 PM IST Sports Desk. Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad has alleged that Virat Kohli and Team India had planted army caps for political purposes. Miandad was referring to that match played in Ranchi on 8 March. Then in order to pay tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama, Team India Army in Ranchi came to the ground with the cap. Javed has now copied it. He arrived as a guest during the Pakistan-Sri Lanka Test in Rawalpindi. During this, he put the cap of Pakistani army.
Pakistan's objection was rejected by the ICC. On March 8, when Team India imposed an army cap, before that the BCCI had taken approval from the ICC. When Pakistan described Team India's move as politically motivated, the ICC rejected its objection. Now Javed is trying to make the matter a reality. He alleges that in Ranchi, Virat and the Indian team had set up army caps to fulfill the political motive.
Test cricket has returned after 10 years in controversy. The Sri Lankan team is playing Tests in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. After this the team will play the second and last Test in Karachi. In the first Test, Miandad and Sri Lanka's Bandula Vernapura were invited as special guests. During this period, Miandad came with an army cap and took a selfie with the audience. Miandad was angered when the media questioned him about this. Said, "I put an army cap because I want to show my fondness for the army." Since childhood I had a dream to become a soldier. What have I done wrong if I have worn this cap. Virat Kohli and Team India had put a military cap to fulfill the political objective. ”
Javed Miandad was seen wearing a cap of Pakistani army in Rawalpindi Test.