The turmoil surrounding the Asia Cup shows no signs of abating any time soon. In spite of a meeting of the Asian Cricket Council, the result of the tournament on the continent is still in doubt.
In spite of the fact that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is reluctant to permit its players to go to Pakistan, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is adamant about holding the tournament in Pakistan.
As the scandal continues to snowball, the legendary cricket player of Pakistan, Javed Miandad, has uttered some blistering criticisms of India and has requested that the International Cricket Council (ICC) “remove” the squad.
“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 to come, we don’t care.
The cricket is going to be delivered. In a video posted on YouTube, he was quoted as saying, “It is the role of the ICC to manage such things; otherwise, there is no sense in having a governing body.”
“The International Criminal Court should use the same rule in every country. It doesn’t matter how powerful they are if these teams don’t show up, you need to get rid of them,” Miandad said further.
In a further step of his analysis, Miandad feels that India are not willing to come because they are terrified of the extreme behaviour of the public in the event that they continue to lose in Pakistan. This is part of his evaluation of the situation.
“Aa ke khelo, khelte kyun nahi hai. They should play, so why aren’t they playing? / Bhagte hain, unki museebat ho jaati hai bhagte hai They are terrified of the repercussions),” he stated emphatically.
When a reporter asked Miandad’s if India is hesitant to play in Pakistan because they are frightened to go back if they lose, he agreed with the reporter’s statement.
“Hamare time pe bhi, wo isliye nahi khelte they kyunki harte hain to musibat ho jati hai,” the speaker said. “To put it another way: 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. Even in our day, they refused to participate in activities due to the fact that they were concerned about the repercussions of their actions.
The people of India are said to be “nasty.” They would set fire to homes whenever India was defeated, regardless of who they were playing. The former Pakistani hitter had this to say about their fears: “That is what they are terrified of.”
Miandad believes that the International Cricket Council (ICC) should take severe action against teams like India that refuse to compete in competitions. “Main ICC ko kehta hun ki wo strict action lein. One set of ICC rules and regulations will be implemented soon.
If any country is going to behave in an unacceptable manner, then we need to take appropriate action. Aisi teamon ko bahar karo, khud ba khud line pe aa jayenge (I want to ask ICC to take action. There need to be a regulation in place. In the event that any nation acts in this manner, there ought to be repercussions. He came to the conclusion that such teams ought to be eliminated.
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