Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan Lashes Out At BCCI, Calls Indian Cricket Board ‘Arrogant’
Former Pakistan captain and prime minister Imran Khan has lashed out the neighbouring BCCI alleging the Indian board to be ‘arrogant’ and behaving like a ‘superpower’. Imran led Pakistan to World Cup title in 1992 and was country’s PM from 2018 to 2022.
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Former national cricket team captain and Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan says that India takes an arrogant attitude in cricket as if it is a superpower in world cricket.
In an interview given to the British radio, Imran Khan, the former captain of the national cricket team, answered the question regarding Pakistan’s participation in the World Cup scheduled in India, saying that because of the sponsors in the BCCI International Cricket Council (ICC), Super Has the same pride as Power.
He said that India dictates cricket with the arrogance of a superpower, it decides who should play and who should not play. Unfortunately, due to the relationship between Pakistan and India, Pakistani cricketers are not part of the IPL. It is surprising that the Indian board has kept out the players from Pakistan, which shows arrogance.
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If India doesn’t allow Pakistan to play IPL then Pakistan should not worry because Pakistan has its own quality league.