Around 40 CRPF personnel were killed in a deadly terror attack on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway on February 14.
The Karnataka State Cricket Association joined the Cricket Club of India and Punjab Cricket Association in removing the portraits of Pakistan cricketers, including Prime Minister Imran Khan to protest the Pulwama attack.
In the wake of the terror attack, India have been doing all it can to make Pakistan pay for the dastardly way. A picture from the 1992 World Cup, which was won by Pakistan under the leadership of Imran in Australia, which was displayed near the main entrance too was removed. He [Imran Khan] should respond. We called a meeting on the very next day of the attack and to condemn the attack, we made a decision to cover the photo. This is in support of the country in such a sensitive situation.
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In protest of lethal Pulwama terror attacks, where about 45 CRPF jawans lost their lives, the Karnataka State Cricket Association has removed the photographs of Pakistani cricketers, including current Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, from the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Speaking about the incident, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expressed "regret" and said it will take up the issue with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in an International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting which will be later in the month. It is our symbolic way of showing anger against the terrorist attack.
Pakistan Super League's (PSL) official production company, India's IMG-Reliance, also pulled out of its agreement with the Pakistan Cricket Board to live-produce the ongoing games of the fourth edition.