The ICC demanded to end the relationship with the deferred PAK

The ICC demanded to end the relationship with the deferred PAK
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has rejected the BCCI's request to break the relationship with the countries that 'generate terrorism' and said that the ICC has no role in such cases. After the martyrdom of 40 CRPF martyrs in the Pulwama terror attack, the BCCI appealed to the ICC to disagree with the global organization and its member countries for those who seek refuge in the terrorists.

The BCCI official said on condition of anonymity to PTI that there was no such possibility that such a thing was there. The ICC Chairman made it clear that the decision to exclude a country should be decided at the government level and there is no such rule of ICC. The BCCI also knew this, but despite this he tried it. '

The BCCI's letter did not refer to Pakistan, on which India has accused the terrorists of surrendering. This issue was raised in the ICC board meeting under the chairmanship of Chairman Shashank Manohar on Saturday, but it was not given enough time.

The BCCI was represented by acting Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary. The board official said, "so many players from member countries play in the Pakistan Super League and they never give such kind of insistence, yes, security was a matter of concern and it was given full priority."

The Indian cricket team has to meet Pakistan on June 16 during the upcoming World Cup. After the Pulwama attack, there is a demand for boycott of this match due to increased diplomatic tension between the two countries. Some of the big names in Indian cricket have demanded this, including Harbhajan Singh and Sourav Ganguly.

A committee of administrators operating Indian cricket, however, has not yet made any decision in this regard and said that it will know the government's view.