India doesn’t decide yet about Pakistan issue in World Cup-19 on the rejoinder of Pulwama military attack on the 14th of February. BCCI Chief of Committee of Administrators, Mr. Vinod Rai confirmed that the decision of playing with Pakistan is pending.
As 14th of February, a massive suicidal attack cost 40 of lives in the Army Convoy in Kashmir. As India is claiming Pakistan government for the blast. On the other hand, India and Pakistan scheduled for a match on the 16th of June on Manchester, England, on a match of the group stage.
Though mass Indians are on the decision to boycott Pakistan for the sake of rejoinder, the number of former cricketers agree to the decision as well. But Board of Cricket of India BCCI doesn’t say anything officially. Mr. Vinod Rai confirmed the issue to the media.
BCCI Chief of Committee of Administrators, Mr. Vinod Rai
Therefore, BCCI Chief of Committee of Administrators, Vinod Rai confirmed, “ No decision yet on India’s World Cup match against Pakistan. We will express concerns to ICC. We are in talks with the government on scheduled India-Pakistan clash in World Cup.”
“In view of the aforesaid terrorist attack, BCCI fears for the safety and security of players and match officials participating in upcoming ICC events including the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019,” Mr. Rai added, “BCCI urges the cricketing community to sever ties with countries from which terrorism emanates”
When Mr. Vinod Rai repudiates the fact then a letter signed by BCCI CEO Rahul Johri was addressed to Shashank Manohar (ICC Chairman), Dave Richardson (ICC CEO), Colin Graves (ECB Chairman) and Steve Elworthy (Managing Director of the World Cup), expressing BCCI’s concerns and sentiments emerging in the aftermath of the massive terrorist attack on the help of Pakistan.
Therefore, India doesn’t decide yet about Pakistan issue in World Cup-19. But it’s confirmed from their initiatives that BCCI will try their best to boycott Pakistan from the World Cup-19