ICC World Cup 2019: ‘Pakistan v India match is happening’ says ICC

The International Cricket Council says there is “no sign” the World Cup match between India and Pakistan in Manchester won’t proceed.

The match on 16 June is in uncertainty after a Pakistan-based activist gathering assumed liability for a suicide assault in Indian-directed Kashmir this month.

There have been calls from a few Indians for India to boycott the game at Old Trafford.

“We will monitor the circumstances with our individuals,” the ICC said.

“Our thoughts are with everybody who has been influenced by this horrible occurrence.

“Game, specifical cricket, has the magnificent capacity to unite individuals and join networks and we will work with our individuals going ahead on this premise.

“There is no sign that any matches at the World Cup won’t proceed as arranged.”

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The gathering diversion pulled fifty-fifty a million solicitations for 25,000 tickets.

No less than 46 Indian paramilitary police were murdered in an assault which has started resentment and hostile to Pakistan challenges crosswise over India, despite the fact that Pakistan has denied any contribution.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had approached the ICC to “separate ties with nations from which psychological warfare radiates”.

On Sunday, India chief Virat Kohli said his group would remain by the choice of their “administration and board” about whether to blacklist the amusement.

India has won six back to back matches against Pakistan in World Cups.

India legend Sachin Tendulkar composed on Twitter that while it is agonizing to lose potential points by not playing against Pakistan this late spring, he would bolster the choice of the BCCI.

The circumstance has additionally prompted the International Olympic Committee suspending applications from India to have future occasions after two Pakistan competitors were denied visas to compete in the country.

Two shooters were denied entry for a World Cup occasion in New Delhi.

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