ICC says ‘no indication’ India v Pakistan World Cup match will not go ahead
The Global Cricket Council says there may well be “no indication” the World Cup match between India and Pakistan in Manchester will now not bolt ahead.
The match on 16 June is in doubt after a Pakistan-based fully mostly militant team took responsibility for a suicide attack in Indian-administered Kashmir this month.
There were calls from some Indians for India to boycott the recreation at Outmoded Trafford.
“We would be monitoring the subject with our participants,” the ICC acknowledged.
“Our thoughts are with all americans who has been tormented by this terrible incident.
“Sport, particularly cricket, has the amazing capacity to lift folks together and unite communities and we can work with our participants going forward on this foundation.
“There’s now not such a thing as a indication that any fits at the World Cup will now not bolt ahead as deliberate.”
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The team recreation attracted half of 1,000,000 requests for 25,000 tickets.
No longer much less than 46 Indian paramilitary police had been killed in an attack which has sparked enrage and anti-Pakistan protests across India, although Pakistan has denied any involvement.
The Board of Administration for Cricket in India (BCCI) had called on the ICC to “cut ties with nations from which terrorism emanates”.
On Sunday, India captain Virat Kohli acknowledged his employees would stand by the dedication of their “authorities and board” over whether to boycott the recreation.
India have acquired six consecutive fits against Pakistan in World Cups.
India story Sachin Tendulkar wrote on Twitter that while it is far also painful to lose capability aspects by now not playing Pakistan this summer, he would make stronger the dedication of the BCCI.
The enviornment has also led to the Global Olympic Committee suspending purposes from India to host future occasions after two Pakistan athletes had been denied visas to compete in the country.
Two shooters had been denied entry for a World Cup event in Contemporary Delhi.