Anonymous threat to 'kill Indian cricketers', security for Indian team in Antigua increased

Aug 19 2019 03:02 PM
Anonymous threat to 'kill Indian cricketers', security for Indian team in Antigua increased

Jamaica: The anonymous email that reportedly warned the BCCI about a threat to Indian cricket team in the West Indies was first received by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), who then flagged it to the ICC.

 The Indian team is on a tour of the West Indies, where they have been threatened with death. According to reports, the BCCI had received reports that the life of Indian players on the West Indies tour was at risk. The team's security has also been beefed up. The senior BCCI executive has said that there were reports of fake threats but there is no truth in it.

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However, additional security has also been provided to the Indian team even after this. In this context, he said, it was fake news and everything was normal. An additional driver has been provided to the Indian team. The Indian High Commission has also briefed the Antiga government as a precautionary measure. It is worth mentioning that there were earlier reports that the team had been threatened with attack. The threat came directly to the Pakistan Cricket Board, not team India.

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According to reports, the Pakistan Cricket Board has received a threatening email that is suspected to have attacked Team India. The PCB has sent the e-mail to the Board of Control for Cricket in India and the International Cricket Council. The BCCI has also informed the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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