Abdur Rehman Blasts BCCI: The conflict over the 2023 Asia Cup is expected to be resolved in March, according to recent sources. Even though Pakistan would still have the hosting rights.
Although there were no formal declarations made, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) convened a meeting earlier in the month in Bahrain to address the issue.
During the discussions, a former Pakistan player criticized the BCCI for their attitude towards the Asia Cup in response to the anchor referring to the ICC as the “Indian Cricket Council.”
The controversy began in October of last year when Jay Shah, the BCCI member, and ACC chairman, said that the Indian team would not be traveling to Pakistan for the 2023 Asia Cup and demanded that the location be changed.
In retaliation, the PCB warned against boycotting the 2023 ODI World Cup. This would be hosted in India, in a sharply worded declaration.
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Veteran cricketers from both countries extended the discussion by offering their opinions in appearances and talk programs. Pakistan was looking forward to the conversation in Bahrain coming to a close.
But the final decision has been put off until March when the ACC and ICC are scheduled to meet and examine the issue.
Abdur Rehman, a former Pakistan cricketer, was questioned about the Asia Cup controversy. As well as whether it was appropriate for another nation to host the match during a discussion on the Nadir Ali shows on YouTube. It shouldn’t occur, he said in response. He said, “ICC is under India,” when questioned why.
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It’s Indian Cricket Council, the presenter shockingly remarked, belittling the BCCI and insulting the ICC. Then Rehman said, “Exactly,” with a nod of his forehead.
“Everyone employed by ICC is an Indian. Moreover, India contributes 60 to 70 percent of the funding. We want to participate, so Pakistan should go.
We are unable to decline at this time. In Dubai, we already play a lot of cricket. If India chooses not to travel, that is great, yet we ought to go and respond with cricket “Said he.
According to other reports, Dubai has been chosen as the backup location for the 2023 Asia Cup.
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