PCB formally lodged a complaint with ICC, accusing the Ahmedabad crowd of inappropriate conduct during IND vs PAK, alongside protesting visa delays for Pakistani journalists and fans.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has lodged a formal complaint with the International Cricket Council (ICC), citing inappropriate conduct by the Ahmedabad crowd during the India vs. Pakistan match on October 14, as well as expressing concern over visa delays for Pakistani journalists and the absence of a visa policy for Pakistani fans during the ongoing World Cup in 2023.
The India vs. Pakistan match in Ahmedabad wasn’t just a showcase of cricketing skills but also ignited discussions about crowd behavior at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Pakistan’s captain, Babar Azam, faced boos from the crowd during the toss. After Pakistan’s loss, Mickey Arthur, Pakistan’s team director, commented that it felt more like a BCCI event than an ICC one due to the absence of Pakistan fans.
In response, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officially reported these issues to the International Cricket Council (ICC). They protested visa delays for Pakistani journalists and the absence of a visa policy for fans during the World Cup 2023. Additionally, they filed a complaint regarding the inappropriate behavior of the Ahmedabad crowd towards the Pakistan players during the match. Pakistan’s next game is against Australia in Bengaluru on October 20.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has lodged another formal protest with the ICC over delays in visas for Pakistani journalists and the absence of a visa policy for Pakistan fans for the ongoing World Cup 2023.— PCB Media (@TheRealPCBMedia) October 17, 2023
The PCB has also filed a complaint regarding inappropriate conduct…
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Last Updated on October 17, 2023
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