Visakhapatnam: Breaking silence over India and Pakistan match in World Cup 2019, Virat Kohli today said that he and his team will stand by the decision of the Government and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Ahead of the first T20I against Australia on Saturday, Indian captain Virat Kohli today, in a press meet in Vizag, said, “Our sincere condolences to the families of martyred CRPF jawans of Pulwama Attack. Whatever the government and the BCCI decide to do, we will go by that and respect that.”
After the terror attack in Pulwama, there has been a growing demand that India should boycott clash against Pakistan in the upcoming World Cup, which starts on May 30 in England and Wales.
Keeping in view, the BCCI’s CoA on Friday took a couple of decisions with regards to Pakistan.
An official letter was sent to the ICC wherein concerns have been placed on record over the security of players at the World Cup and a call has been made to cut ties with countries from where terrorism emanates.