In The Third ODI, The Indian Team Wore The Army Cap The To Give Homage To Martyrs, Pakistani Minister Got Angry And Said It Is Against The Game Spirit.
Before the third ODI against Australia in Ranchi, Team India gave tribute to the soldiers killed in the #Pulwama terror attack, and in the honor of the security forces, they also imposed an army cap. A Pakistani minister has been severely disturbed by this and has accused the team by blaming of involving politics in #cricket and complained to the #ICC. At the same time, the Pakistani minister also threatened to register his protest by wearing a black band from his country team.
The third ODI between India and Australia was played on Friday (March 8th) in Ranchi. Prior to this match, the Indian team gave homage to the soldiers who had been killed in the Pulwama terror attack and wore an Army cap in their honor.
Pakistan has been disturbed by giving homage to the martyrs of Indian sportsmen. Information and Broadcasting Minister #Fawad Chaudhry said that the ICC should take action against India in this matter.
According to Chaudhry, while playing by wearing an Army cap, Team India politicized the Gentlemen’s game (games of gentlemen) and tried to disturb it. Which should not be accepted at all.
While making a tweet, Chaudhary said that the Pakistan Cricket Board officially complained about this matter to ICC. He wrote, “This is not just cricket, I hope the ICC will definitely take action against the politics of the game.”
He further wrote, “If the Indian team did so further, then the Pakistani team should also be told about the atrocities committed by India in Kashmir by playing a black bar. I appeal to the #PCB to register their protest in this matter officially.”