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Asia CUP 2023: ‘India can go to HELL’ Tension rises across the border as Pakistan LEGEND Javed Miandad launches scathing Attack on BCCI, WATCH out

Asia CUP 2023: ‘India can go to HELL’ Tension rises across the border as Pakistan LEGEND Javed Miandad launches scathing Attack on BCCI, WATCH out

Asia CUP 2023: All is not well between PCB and BCCI. In the latest tension has risen further with former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad launching a scathing attack on BCCI. It is safe to say that PCB has strong feelings about the potential snatching of Asia Cup 2023 hosting rights by BCCI-backed ACC from Pakistan. […]

Asia CUP 2023: All is not well between PCB and BCCI. In the latest tension has risen further with former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad launching a scathing attack on BCCI. It is safe to say that PCB has strong feelings about the potential snatching of Asia Cup 2023 hosting rights by BCCI-backed ACC from Pakistan. The Pakistan Board has spoken up aggressively against the BCCI’s position and now cricket legend Miandad has also joined in. Follow Asia Cup 2023 LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

“Why is India afraid to play against Pakistan? They know if they lose to Pakistan, their public will not spare them,” said Miandad at a event.

Miandad added that Pakistan can survive in international cricket without India.

“India can go to hell if they don’t want to come to Pakistan to play cricket. Pakistan do not need India to survive,” former Pak skipper added.

Notably, the 2023 Asia Cup is scheduled to be held in Pakistan in September but the Rohit Sharma-led team is unlikely to participate if the PCB doesn’t forgo the hosting rights.

Asia CUP 2023: ‘India can go to HELL’ Tension rises across the border as Pakistan LEGEND Javed Miandad launches scathing Attack on BCCI, WATCH

ACC Official confirms, ‘tempers flared up at ACC Meeting between Jay Shah & Najam Sethi’, event to be moved to UAE: Follow LIVE (insidesport.in)

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Regarding the Asian members, Bangladesh made a tour of Pakistan in 2020, while Sri Lanka visited Pakistan in 2017 and 2019. Members of the ICC Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh have confirmed their trips to Pakistan as part of the FTP 2023–2027.

Due to the political difficulties between the two Asian neighbours, India have shown reluctance to visit Pakistan. The UAE may host the 2023 Asia Cup instead of Pakistan, according to rumours circulating online.

Asia CUP 2023: 'India can go to HELL' Tension rises across border as Pakistan great Javed Miandad set scathing Attack on BCCI, IND vs PAK, India vs Pakistan

Najam Sethi, president of the PCB, has stated categorically that the nation will not forgo hosting the Asia Cup or the Champions Trophy in 2025.

Asia Cup 2023 Row: When did it started?

Last year out of the blue, BCCI secretary and ACC supremo Jay Shah announced that India won’t be travelling to Pakistan for the Asia Cup. He also stated then that the BCCI will work to have the location changed. Ramiz Raja, the then-chairman of the PCB, was offended by the statement and responded by warning the BCCI that Pakistan would boycott the World Cup in India if the Men in Blue refused to visit his country.

Asia CUP 2023: 'India can go to HELL' Tension rises across border as Pakistan great Javed Miandad set scathing Attack on BCCI, IND vs PAK, India vs Pakistan

According to various reports, the new PCB president, Najam Sethi, reiterated these sentiments again in a recent ACC meeting in Bahrain. He said Pakistan would consider skipping the World Cup in India if the Rohit Sharma-led side chose not to visit Pakistan for the Asia Cup or if the location for the continental tournament gets changed.

Asia CUP 2023: ‘India can go to HELL’ Tension rises across the border as Pakistan LEGEND Javed Miandad launches scathing Attack on BCCI, WATCH

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