Chetan Chauhan, former Indian cricketer, and present-day UP Cabinet Minister have known as for India to position stress on the International Cricket Council (ICC) to throw Pakistan out of the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Chauhan additionally mentioned that developing hazard of terror from Pakistan, pronouncing that it’s miles a hassle for united states. “World Cup, Olympics is determined years beforehand. We don’t play a bilateral series with Pakistan. The quality thing to do is to throw Pakistan out of the World Cup. Every us of a is worried about the growth of terrorism in Pakistan. It’s trouble for everyone. We need to exert strain on ICC to throw Pakistan out of the World Cup,” Chauhan instructed Aaj Tak in a distinct interview. “If Pakistan does no longer play the World Cup, it won’t make any distinction. If India does no longer play, the ICC will go through losses. India delivers in sixty-five to 70 in keeping with a cent of the sponsorship,” Chauhan said. Since the February 14 Pulwama terror attack which resulted within the demise of 40 CRPF squaddies, there has been a clarion call for India to boycott Pakistan in the world meets. Chauhan had earlier called for India to be cautious approximately the World Cup healthy in the Cricket World Cup, and the Indian Government and the Board of Control for Cricket in India to tread cautiously regarding the problem. He had further reasoned that if India does not play Pakistan within the World Cup pronouncing that it can be unfavorable to u . S. A .’s probabilities on the quadrennial event.
The ICC rules do now not permit India to withdraw or boycott their sport towards Pakistan with out (a) forfeiting factors and (b) inviting sanctions. India cricketer Harbhajan Singh stated India must no longer play Pakistan within the World Cup after Pakistan-primarily based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad claimed duty for the ghastly assault in Pulwama. “India should no longer play Pakistan within the World Cup. India are effective sufficient to win the World Cup without having to play Pakistan,” Harbhajan Singh instructed Aaj Tak. He added: “This is a difficult time. The assault that has come about, it changed into implausible, and it’s very incorrect. The strict movement will be taken by way of the authorities. When it involves cricket, I do not suppose we need to have any family members with them in any other case they will hold treating us like this. Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad also called for a ban in cricket ties with Pakistan. “I can not make any comment [on cricket issues] except to say people who are disturbing it have some justification. You can see many films and live shows have been canceled. Things aren’t normal. If matters aren’t every day, the jhappiyan-pappiyan (hugs and kisses) problems have always been there,” Prasad told India Today.