PCB took a U-turn regarding the "enemy country" statement, said this big thing regarding the grand welcome of the PAK team
Zaka Ashraf takes U-turn on Dushman Mulk comment: Pakistan Cricket Board President Zaka Ashraf has now taken a U-turn on his Dushman Mulk comment. There was an uproar on social media among the cricket fans of both countries regarding this statement Ashraf. Almost all the teams of Asia have reached India for the World Cup starting from October 5. Now PCB praised India.
After the Pakistan team reached India, there was an uproar on social media among the cricket fans of both countries over a statement by Pakistan Cricket Board President Zaka Ashraf.
Ashraf described India as an enemy country, after which fans on social media scolded the president fiercely. Now PCB has presented its clarification on this. In fact, almost all the teams of Asia have reached India for the World Cup starting from October 5, which also includes the Pakistan team.
In such a situation, many fans came to Hyderabad airport to see the team. Especially people raised slogans in the name of Babar. After this PCB increased the salaries of the players. Meanwhile, while talking to Pakistani media, Zaka Ashraf addressed India as an enemy country.
Now during a news agency meeting late last night, PCB gave clarification on the enemy country while talking about welcoming the players in India. The statement said, "This love was evident from the welcome ceremony organized at the Hyderabad airport. Zaka Ashraf himself personally congratulated the Indians for organizing such a welcoming ceremony. He noted that whenever India and Pakistan step onto the cricket field, they emerge not as enemies but as traditional rivals."
The Cricket Committee also gave a statement - the Chairman Management Committee also emphasized that cricket between Pakistan and India always attracts the attention of the world. In such a situation, the match between the two countries is considered more important in cricket than in other countries. Ashraf can also participate in the blockbuster India-Pakistan match to be held in Ahmedabad on October 14.