Sri Lanka's Pak tour in danger, team received a threat of terrorist attack
Sri Lanka's Pak tour in danger, team received a threat of terrorist attack

Columbo: The decision by Sri Lanka Cricket Board to go to Pakistan and play the series is overshadowed. Despite the decision of the board, ten players of the team refused to go there. The board also took a tough stand on this. Ignoring all this, the Sri Lankan Cricket Board announced its intention by announcing its weak team. Now the Sri Lankan Cricket Board has received a warning that this team going on tour to Pakistan may also get terror attack and now after that the board can cancel this round.

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The board said that the Sri Lankan Prime Minister's Office has advised us to reconsider the tour as they have received information that the team may be attacked. Thinking about the safety of the players, this tour will have to be considered again. Earlier, Sri Lanka also rejected Pakistan's claims that it was due to India that Sri Lankan players refused to visit Pakistan.

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Sri Lankan Sports Minister Harin Fernando said 10 players refused to visit Pakistan on the basis of the 2009 incident. Politics has also started on this issue. Pakistan minister Fawad Hussain Chaudhary alleged that the Sri Lankan players have done so because of India. Please note that in 2009 there was a terrorist attack in Pakistan on the Sri Lanka team in which many players were injured.

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