Pakistan Twenty20 skipper Shahid Afridi, subsequent to lashing out at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday that they ought to overlook the arrangement against India and proceed onward, tweeted on Saturday that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) ought to regard the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) marked with Pakistan.
Afridi, on Friday, said that he didn’t comprehend the motivation behind why PCB was pushing so hard for the arrangement when India was giving them a brush off over and over.
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“I don’t know why we are pushing for India arrangement,” said Afridi.
“There are different groups too so we ought to be concentrating on restoring our own particular home grounds. We need to deal with the fundamental things and making them solid.
“Why demand playing with India? I don’t see any need to play on the off chance that they would prefer not to play. We have welcomed them and on the off chance that they would prefer not to play then it shouldn’t be a stress. We are still glad.”
Then again, on Saturday, he said in his tweet that India ought to regard the MoU as cricket has constantly assumed a positive part in bringing peace between both nations.
BCCI VP TC Mathew, in a meeting on Friday, emphasized PCB’s position that games and governmental issues ought to be kept separated.
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“Expressly speaking, I’m against bringing governmental issues into games and we need to treat dons independently from legislative issues,” said Mathew.
“The India-Pakistan cricket ties is dependably an appreciated move and the general population of India and Pakistan need to see their national groups play against one another.
“As a cricket fan, I’d affection to watch India-Pakistan arrangement.”