IND vs PAK: PCB Chairman Rameez Raja made a big statement on Indo-Pak match, know what he said

There is an atmosphere of anger across the country over the increase in terrorist incidents and killing of common people in Jammu and Kashmir. In such a situation, the reaction of many leaders and parties has come to the fore regarding the match between India and Pakistan, in which it has been said that it will not be right to play matches with Pakistan in the current environment. Amidst all this, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Rameez Raja, has given a big statement regarding the Indo-Pak match. Let us know what he has to say.

Regarding the India-Pakistan match, PCB chairman Rameez Raja said, “Politics is as far away from cricket as it is good. He further said, “A very good thing happened in the UAE. I met Jay Shah and Sourav Ganguly. We have had a very good conversation between the people. We also talked about each other’s talent. Let’s see how much we people have. can go on.”

Let us tell you that the match between India and Pakistan in the 2021 T20 World Cup will be played in Dubai on 24 October. India has not lost against Pakistan in the World Cup so far. In such a situation, where the Virat Sena will try to maintain this record. At the same time, Pakistan’s eyes will be on ending the drought of victory in the World Cup.

Indian captain Kohli did not add to the hype surrounding Pakistan’s match against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup, saying it is like a normal match for him despite the huge demand for tickets. The Indian team has never lost to Pakistan in the World Cup. Pakistan captain Babar Azam has said that he is sure that his team will definitely win this match on October 24.

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