In the wake of the terror attack, India have been doing all it can to make Pakistan pay for the dastardly way.
Prior to that, it was the Cricket Club of India (CCI), who had covered the portrait of Imran Khan at its Brabourne stadium headquarters in Mumbai. He is the Prime Minister and if he believes that Pakistan has no role to play in the attack then why is he not coming out openly. He is not coming out openly which means that there are stains in their folds.
The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) has joined the ongoing nationwide protest over the Pulwama terror attack by taking down pictures of Pakistan cricketers previously adorning their facility in Bengaluru. Not just KSCA, many other associations across the country are doing the same.
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Speaking to ANI on Monday, PCA Treasurer Ajay Tyagi said: The reason behind this step is our sentiments. "There is so much anger in the nation against the heinous attack and PCA is no different in this".
In what is being considered as Kashmir's worst attack on security forces, around 40 CRPF personnel were killed in a deadly terror attack on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway on Thursday. Some cricketers have pledged to help the families of martyrs of CRPF forces, he said.
Pakistan Super League's (PSL) official production company, India's IMG-Reliance, also pulled out of its agreement with the Pakistan Cricket Board to live-produce the ongoing games of the fourth edition.