Trending TopicsIpl 2024Lok Sabha 2024

---Advertisement---

‘PCB can’t boycott World Cup 2023 in India…’, says ex-Pak star on political war

New Delhi: There is a tussle that has started between rival countries India and Pakistan. After BCCI secretary commented that Team India won’t travel to Pakistan for Asia Cup 2023, PCB gave a strong statement in response.  The political tensions are always high between two countries and this game may increase it even further. PCB […]

Edited By : Megha Mittal | Updated: Oct 22, 2022 13:58 IST
Share :
Danish Kaneria
Representational Image

New Delhi: There is a tussle that has started between rival countries India and Pakistan. After BCCI secretary commented that Team India won’t travel to Pakistan for Asia Cup 2023, PCB gave a strong statement in response. 

The political tensions are always high between two countries and this game may increase it even further. PCB responded to Jay Shah’s comment by saying that it will have impact on World Cup 2023. 

The ODI World Cup is set to be held in India in 2023 and Pakistan has warned that if India doesn’t come to Pakistan for Asia Cup 2023 then they will also not visit India for mega event.

Also Read :- T20 World Cup: Sri Lanka face big blow, THIS star player ruled out after injury

It is not possible – Danish Kaneria

However, former spinner Danish Kaneria shared his opinion and said that Pakistan won’t be able to do it. 

While talking on his Youtube channel, he said, “The BCCI could very well decide to do that. The PCB cannot take any objection as BCCI is the richest board in the world and they contribute 90% to ICC’s overall revenue. Pakistan might not agree with the BCCI’s stance on the matter but all other boards have to agree with them. England, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand, all these boards are with the BCCI as they know there’s nothing without the BCCI.”

Also Read :- World Wrestling Championships U23: Sajan Bhanwala bags India’s 1st historic Greco-Roman bronze

“”The Indian board is very, very powerful, whereas the current Pakistan administration is quite weak. There used to be a few strict administrators in the Pakistan board who are not there anymore. They will have to agree with what the BCCI says, and there’s no need to feel bad, because it’s due to the political scenario between the two countries as the Indian board would not get the required clearance (to travel to Pakistan),” he added. 

Read More :- Latest Sports News

First published on: Oct 19, 2022 09:54 PM IST

Get Breaking News First and Latest Updates from India and around the world on News24. Follow News24 on Facebook, Twitter.

Related Story