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Now Nazam Shetty punched Jai Shah

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Last Thursday, the schedule of all the tournaments to be held on Asian soil in the next two years was revealed. And that schedule has been published by Asian Cricket Council President Jai Shah. He is also the secretary of the Indian Cricket Board. As a result, the war of words started immediately after the publication of the Asian schedule.Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) president Najam Shetty sat down after the victor

Sethi is angry about the list published by Joy. In a tweet, the PCB president said, “Thanks for releasing the one sided schedule for 2023 and 2024. It also includes the 2023 Asia Cup, which is scheduled to be held in Pakistan. When you do that, please also release the 2023 Pakistan Super League (PSL) schedule.” Hope to get a reply soon.”

This is only to provoke Sethi’s anger in India! He left it to the government of Pakistan to decide what to do if India does not play in Pakistan’s field. However, it can be assumed from Shetty’s words that the Pakistan team will not go to play the 2023 ODI World Cup on Indian soil without the permission of the government. According to Pakistani media, the position of the PCB president is also adamant.

Earlier, the outgoing president of PCB Ramiz Raja also spoke in a harsh tone. He clarified that if Indians go to Pakistan, Pakistanis will also go to India. Otherwise PCB will boycott the ODI World Cup just like India will not come to play in the Asia Cup. Ramiz is no longer on the board, but Pakistan’s routine against arch-rivals India hasn’t changed a bit. The Najam Shetty-led board is also in a tough position.

Meanwhile, according to the schedule published by Joy, this year’s Asia Cup will be held in September. Where the names of five teams have already been finalized. The remaining team has to play the qualifying round to qualify for the main round. In this year’s tournament, the two arch-rival countries are meeting in the first round. Bangladesh will be paired with Sri Lanka and Afghanistan in Group ‘B’. However, this season will be in ODI format.

Due to political tension, India-Pakistan do not face each other in bilateral series. Although there is demand for spectators, only two teams face each other in any ICC event. For the same reason, Pakistani cricketers are also bratya in Indian IPL. The mud-slinging between the two countries has been going on for a long time with regard to the upcoming Asia Cup. However, Jai Shah has not yet responded to Shetty’s tweet

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