External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said that India should lead the way because our blood is spilled . Pakistan should be under global pressure, says Jaishankar .
New Delhi (New Delhi): India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar sent a strong warning to terrorism across the border, implying that there will be no cricketing relations between India and Pakistan.The BCCI announced recently that India would not travel to Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023.All this led to a large dispute between the BCCI and the PCB.Tournaments are on the rise and you are aware of the government's position.Let us see what happens.If your neighbor supports terrorism out in the open, and there is no secret about who the leaders are, and where the camps are, you can talk to me.We should never assume that cross-border terrorism is normal.Give me another example: One neighbor is sponsoring terrorism against another.There is no such case. You know us on cricket as a team.We should never assume that a country has the right to support terror.It will continue unless we do not delegitimize it.Pakistan ought to be under global pressure. EAM S Jaishankar said that India should lead the way because our blood is spilled.Riz Raja had also said that if India opts out of the Asia Cup, Pakistan will not travel to India to participate in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023.Therefore, it is highly unlikely that they will bring the Indian cricket squad to Pakistan to compete in the Asia Cup 2023.