Yet another offensive for India regarding Pakistan, the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) Committee of Administrators has taken a unanimous decision to send an email to the International Cricket Council (ICC) with some key points.
The email will mostly be concerned to express concern over the Pulwama attack and to tell the cricketing community in future about where such terrorism emanates.
As per what the CoA told media persons, it has been decided unanimously by the three member committee.
The committee includes Chairman Vinod Rai, Diana Edulji and the newly-inducted Lt. Gen. Ravi Thogde.
As regards the June 16 World Cup match with Pakistan, the BCCI will take a decision on that later after consulting with the Government, the CoA said.
The CoA also said that there would be no regular opening ceremony for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 and the budget for that will be disbursed among the families of the jawans killed in the Pulwama terrorist attack.