Earlier in an interview with Pakistani new channel, Shoaib Akhtar condemned the terror attack on CRPF jawans' convoy at Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama and also suggested that Team India has full right to back out from the World Cup match against Pakistan, which is scheduled to be held in England and Wales.
"I'll 100 per cent endorse whatever decision is taken by the Government of India". We stick by what the nation wants to do and what the BCCI decides to do. "Whatever the govt and the board decides, we'll go by that and respect that", Virat said.
The statement appears to support speculation India would like the International Cricket Council to ban Pakistan from the competition rather than boycotting the group game at Old Trafford in Manchester, which attracted half a million requests for 25,000 tickets. "Our honest condolences to the families of the soldiers who lost their lives".
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"When the ICC (board members) meet in Dubai on March 2, we will show the BCCI all the security plans which have been placein for the World Cup. We should seek their (Pakistan) ouster and remove them from the cricketing committee". They know exactly what is happening and they will take a call.
Former and current cricketers have expressed varied opinions on severing cricketing ties with Pakistan.
"I have received the BCCI's letter".
In a tweet, Sachin Tendulkar wrote, "India has always come up trumps against Pakistan in the World Cup, Time to beat them once again. Pakistan has always offered India a peaceful resolution of the issues but Indians have always responded in negative", Miandad told APP. "If the government says it's that sensitive you do not need to play the World Cup, I will go by my government", the head coach further said.