“Do not Assume We’re Favoured By ICC”: BCCI Chief Roger Binny Reacts On Controversy Concerning India-Bangladesh T20 World Cup

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BCCI president Roger Binny on Friday mentioned that the choice on Workforce India travelling to Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023 isn’t in BCCI’s palms and the federal government takes a closing choice. Flagship tournaments are presupposed to be held in Pakistan because the nation is scheduled to host the forthcoming version of the Asia Cup in 2023 adopted by the 2025 ICC Champions Trophy. Cricket rivalry between India and Pakistan is likely one of the most riveting within the sport.

“That’s not in BCCI’s palms. That needs to be completed from the Authorities’s facet. They provide the clearances,” BCCI chief Roger Binny mentioned in Chennai (Tamil Nadu) when requested if the Indian Workforce will go to Pakistan for the 2023 Asia Cup.

The latest India-Bangladesh T20 World Cup Tremendous 12 contest has generated some controversy as first Nurul Hasan accused Virat Kohli of faux fielding and there was some noise concerning the umpires beginning the match rapidly after a rain break.

“Not truthful. I do not assume we’re favoured by ICC. Everybody will get the identical remedy. No approach in which you’ll be able to say that. What will we get totally different from different groups? India is a giant powerhouse in cricket however we’re all handled the identical,” Roger Binny informed ANI at an occasion in response to the “controversy”.

Roger Binny had mentioned final month additionally that the board doesn’t take choices by itself on the Indian workforce’s journey to Pakistan or different nations and depends on the choice of the federal government.


“That’s not our name. We can not say the place our workforce has to go. We have to take clearance from the federal government if we go away the nation, or different nations come right here. We can not take that call on our personal, now we have to depend on the federal government,” Binny had mentioned on workforce India’s journey to Pakistan for Asia Cup.

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