The International Cricket Council (ICC) meets the Chief Executives Committee (CEC) on Wednesday in Dubai. During this ICC is unlikely to discuss India’s request to boycott the game against Pakistan in World Cup 2019. The BCCI has expressed its concern on players and officials safety during the World Cup.
As more than 40 CPRF personnel were killed in Pulwama terrorist outrage, a lot of people demands that India should boycott their match against Pakistan in the World Cup game to be held in Manchester on June 16. In response to this outrage, the Committee of Administrators running the Indian Cricket also wrote a letter to the ICC to boycott countries where terrorism emanates.
The BCCI CEO Mr. Rahul Johri’s letter to the ICC will be tabled during the ICC’s quarterly meeting that starts in Dubai this Wednesday and the matter will be discussed. The doubts about security at the upcoming World Cup will be cleared by ICC during this meet.
At the same time, Virat Kohli and Coach Ravi Shastri said they will go by whatever decision the government takes. But the biggest names in cricket like Sachin Tendulkar and Sunil Gavaskar wishes India to beat Pakistan as a walkover will give two points to the arch-rivals.
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