BCCI worried about Security; ICC to Show All Plans

Source : The Week.in

After the terror attack in Pulwama, BCCI is worried about its players. It is demanding ICC to show all the plans for tha pakistan game in the World Cup. It is still under confusion. the game will happen or not. The Ex-BCCI president and the present ICC president, Shashank Manohar has got the news about BCCI’s request.

After the recent terror attack in Pulwama, 40 CRPF jawans were killed. The cowardly terrorist has taken the blame upon themselves only.

As a result, the Indian government has been cutting off ties with terrorism infected Pakistan from all sides. This has also led them forfeiting the game against Pakistan in the upcoming World Cup 2019.

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Since then , the matter has got mixed responses.  The BCCI has confirmed that they will follow whatever the government says them to do.

Shashank Manohar confirmed that security for all teams will be ICC’s top priority.  And when the board members meet in March, they will show all the security plans for the tournament to BCCI.

He said to Times of India:

I have received the BCCI’s letter. Security has, and always will be, the top priority of the ICC. When the ICC (board members) meet in Dubai on March 2, we will show the BCCI all the security plans which have been put in place for the World Cup. They can satisfy themselves over the arrangements for the World Cup. Every board is entitled to do that.

BCCI’s concern for its Player’s Safety

BCCI Ceo Rahul Johri clearly mentioned that BCCI is worried about the safety of its players in its letter . So, the letter was sent to voice the board’s concerns regarding various aspects and requested ICC to take their request into consideration.

He wrote :

The communication is being addressed to voice the BCCI’s concerns and sentiments that have emerged after the recent dastardly terrorist attack which was carried out on Indian soil by a terror outfit based out of Pakistan which resulted in the death of 44 (40) Indian security personnel.

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 ICC Cricket World Cup.