External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has sent a strong warning to terrorists across the world by denying that there will be no cricketing links between India and Pakistan . The BCCI announced recently that India would not travel to Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023 .
New Delhi, India, December 10 : India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has sent a strong warning to terrorists across the world by denying that there will be no cricketing links between India and Pakistan.The BCCI announced recently that India would not travel to Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023.All of this has resulted in a huge battle between the BCCI and the PCB.Tournaments are coming, and you are aware of the government's position.Let us see what happens.Will you talk to me if I put a knife on your head?If your neighbor participates in terrorism out in the open, there is no secret about who the leaders are and where the camps are.We should never assume that trans-border terrorism is normal.Give me another example in which a neighbor is sponsoring terrorism against another. This is not only unusual, but it is also exceptional, according to EAM S Jaishankar, the chair of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).Earlier this month, Ramiz Raja said that if Pakistan's tournament hosting rights are withdrawn due to the Indian team not travelling to their country, the country could consider withdrawing from Asia Cup 2023.The Asia Cup would be held at a neutral venue, according to BCCI secretary Jay Shah earlier in October.In 2012, the last time these two teams played a bilateral series was way back. We should never accept that a country has the right to sponsor terror.It will continue unless we do not delegitimize it.Therefore, Pakistan should be under international pressure.If the perpetrators of violence do not express themselves, the pressure will not come. Therefore, it is highly unlikely that they will send the Indian cricket team to Pakistan to compete in the Asia Cup 2023.