Javed Miandad asks India to 'go to hell' over their denial on touring Pakistan
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India's controversial stand on not touring Pakistan for the Asia Cup later this year has woken up many former players and the latest one to join the wagon is former skipper Javed Miandad who made an extremely brutal comment.
Frustrated Miandad went as far as asking India to 'go to hell' after he realised their reluctance about coming to their nation. BCCI's secretary Jay Shah cleared their stance on the matter previously which was ultimately that they would not be travelling to their nation.
This triggered the entire nation with many suggesting Pakistan to back out of World Cup 2023 which is slated to be held in India during the month of October-November after the Asia Cup.
Miandad mentioned that he doesn't care about anyone when it comes to his country and he expects his board to fight for it.
“India can go to hell if they don’t want to come to Pakistan to play cricket. I’ve always backed Pakistan. And you know that I don’t leave spare India whenever an issue arises. But the thing is we need to look at our part. And we should fight for it,"
Further, he lashed out at ICC for their inability to implement similar regulations for everyone which is the major reason why their nation is struggling.
"We don’t care because we are getting to host our cricket. This is ICC’s job. If ICC can’t control this there’s no use of the governing body. They need to implement similar rules for every team. If teams like these don’t come, they should be debarred."
India will be involved in the four-match Test series against Australia whereas Pakistan players will be busy with Pakistan Super League (PSL) during the next month or so.
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