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If India don’t come, we don’t care, Javed Miandad

The Leading body of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) expressed that the Indian group won’t head out to Pakistan for the 2023 Asia Cup while Pakistan legend Javed Miandad has offered a couple of searing comments on India, asking the Worldwide Cricket Committee (ICC) to ‘eliminate’ the group.

“Main to pehle bhi kehta tha, nahi aate to bhaad mein jaayein, hamein koi fark nahi padta, hamein hamari cricket mil rahi hai. Ye ICC ka kaam hai, ye cheez agar ICC control nahi kar skti, to fir governing body ka koi kaam nahi hai (I have always been saying, if India don’t come, we don’t care. We are getting our cricket. It’s ICC’s job to control such things, else there’s no point of having a governing body),” Miandad said

“ICC ought to have one rule for each country. In the event that such groups don’t come, regardless of how solid they are, you ought to eliminate them,” Miandad added.

Further in his evaluation, Miandad even accepts that India isn’t willing to come as they fear the public’s outrageous way of behaving, for a situation where they proceed to lose in Pakistan.

“Aa ke khelo, khelte kyun nahi hai. Bhagte hain, unki museebat ho jaati hai bhagte hai (They should play, why aren’t they playing? They are afraid of consequences),” he asserted.

That’s what miandad’s concurred assuming India is declining to play in Pakistan as they are hesitant to return assuming that they lose when a journalist inquired.

“Hamary time p bi, wo isliye nahi khelte they kyunki harte hain to musibat ho jati hai. Wahan ka crowd ‘nasty hai’. Jab bhi India haarti hai, chaahe kisi se haare, wahan ke jo log hain, wo gharon ko aag laga dete hain. Hamein yaad hai, jab ham khelte they to unke sath museebatein hui hain(Even in our times, they would not play because they were afraid of consequences. India’s crowd is ‘nasty’. Whenever India would lose, no matter against whom, they would burn houses. That’s what they are afraid of),” the former Pakistani batter opined.

Pakistan has the facilitating freedoms for 2023 Asia Cup, planned to be held in September

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