Mumbai’s Cricket Club of India covers portrait of Imran Khan, post Pulwama terror attack

Amid furore over the Pulwama terror attack, the Mumbai’s Cricket Club of India has

decided to remove portrait of former Pakistan cricketer and now Prime Minister, Imran Khan from the collection of various memorabilia that the club holds.

The decision was confirmed by the CCI President Premal Udani, who said that they had covered Imran’s portrait as a mark of protest.

He also added that the portrait could also be taken down entirely.

The decision comes in the wake of the deadly suicide bomb blast that was carried by a Jaish-e-Mohammed militant in Pulwama.

The attack saw 40 CRPF jawans being martyred while several others were left injured.

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