Pakistan blind cricket crew denied visa© Twitter
The Pakistan blind cricket crew has been denied visa to journey to India for the continuing Blind Cricket World Cup. In an announcement issued on Tuesday, the Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) claimed that the crew couldn’t get clearance from the Ministry of Exterior Affairs in India. “This unlucky incident has left the Pakistan blind cricket crew within the lurch,” the PBCC stated in an announcement. “It was extremely probably that Pakistan and India would have locked horns within the last of ongoing World Cup and contemplating the present type of Inexperienced Shirts, Pakistan had excessive probabilities to win the World Cup,” the assertion added.
The match is scheduled in India from December 5-17.
The PBCC stated “it strongly condemns this discriminating act of India as sports activities ought to be above regional politics”.
“Our counterpart Blind Cricket Affiliation in India pleaded with their authorities for Pakistan’s clearance however nothing was heard,” the PBCC stated.
“This discriminating act may have critical penalties on world blind cricket as we at World Blind Cricket will take stern motion towards them and should not permit India to host future Worldwide occasions.” Pakistan completed second within the final T20 World Cup for the Blind.
Cricket Affiliation for the Blind in India (CABI) confirmed the event and stated it would launch an up to date match schedule as Pakistan crew shouldn’t be collaborating.
“Pakistan blind cricket crew won’t be able to take part within the ongoing third T20 World Cup for the Blind being held in India regardless of CABI taking all of the required steps to course of their visa software,” an announcement from CABI stated. India, Bangladesh, Australia, Sri Lanka, Nepal and South Africa are left within the 12-day occasion.
Matches might be performed in Faridabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Indore and Bengaluru the place the ultimate might be held.
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