'Tournaments keep coming...', says S Jaishankar on Indo-Pak cricket

New Delhi: One of the hottest cricket matches in the world is India vs Pakistan which is also fondly called the "mother of all rivalries", the BCCI, and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar's reaction has now come out on the possibility of both cricket teams playing cricket in any country. In a strong and clear message, Jaishankar has said that cross-border terrorism should never be normalized. "Tournaments keep coming and you are aware of the government's attitude. Let's see what happens. Jaishankar has said that ''Tournaments keep coming and you are aware of the attitude of the government. Let's see what happens.''

In fact, after BCCI's announcement of Indian players not going to Pakistan, the dispute between BCCI and PCB regarding Asia Cup 2023 is in constant headlines. Meanwhile, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that there should be constant international pressure on Pakistan to end terrorism and India would have to take the lead in maintaining that pressure. Jaishankar said, ''I want to reiterate that we should never accept that a country has the right to terrorism. The tournaments keep coming and you are aware of the stand of the government. Let's see what happens.''

Jaishankar further said that we have to make this type of act illegal and for this international pressure should be put on that country. This pressure will remain when the victims of terrorism raise their voice. We have to lead in this because we have shed our blood because of terrorism.

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