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Pakistan doesn't need to play in this country without apology

Pakistan doesn’t need to play in this country without apology

The Pakistan cricket team practiced for the first day on Monday (November 15) at the Academy ground in Mirpur. However, the issue of hoisting their controversial flag is spreading heat by impressing the practice.

Not Lahore, Rawalpindi, Karachi or Islamabad. Mirpur of independent Bengal. That Mirpur, where the Pak invaders massacred innocent Bengalis in 1971. The flag of Pakistan flew again in that Mirpur without any logical reason.

In this regard, Shahriar Kabir,

chairman of the Committee for the Elimination of Killer Brokers of 1971, told News Time that Pakistanis also have reasons for this arrogance. Who were allies of the Pakistani aggressors; Jamaat-e-Islami and its allies are still there. They have a huge impact on young people. Pakistan has love. So I think Pakistan has to ask questions, apologize and apologize to Bangladesh for their arrogance. Otherwise, there is no need for their cricket team to play in this country.

Sirajuddin Mohammad Alamgir, an eyewitness and former director of the BCB, general secretary of the Chittagong Divisional Sports Association, said they practiced flying their flags during the World Cup. But it has been criticized. Especially in Bangladesh, it is a practice to fly the national flag of Pakistan, but many of us are subject to sentiment. The national flag of Pakistan will fly in our country or in the stadiums and we the people of an independent country will accept that but none of us want that. I think the cricket board will be more careful in this regard in future.

According to ICC rules, flags of two countries can fly during an event or bilateral series. But in the practice of Pakistan cricketers, why should it fly! In such a scene, everyone’s eyes are wide open.

For the last 21 years, Bangladesh has hosted all the ICC teams at home. Such a scene may not have been seen before.

A closer look will show that the flags have been hoisted in such places. There is no way to avoid it in the camera lens. That is, the work has been done very consciously. Which may have a different purpose behind it. Although no one has commented on this, no comment has been received from BCB.

There is no chance of mixing politics with sports.

However, the result of extreme generosity does not bring anything good. The matter is certainly not unknown to the BCB. The country’s cricket governing body has to shoulder the responsibility of implementing cricketing motives so that no different agenda is implemented.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan cricket team set foot in Dhaka two days ago. They took to the field on Monday (November 15) with a two-day break in the middle. The Pakistani cricketers started their first day’s practice at the Academy ground in Mirpur at 10:30 am ahead of the series against Bangladesh. However, Mohammad Rizwan was not seen with the team on that day.

Pakistan will play two Tests and three Twenty20 Internationals against Bangladesh.

All the matches of the T20 series will be held at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. The first T20 match of the series will be played on November 19. The next two T20s will be held on November 20 and 22. All the matches of the series will be day and night.

At the end of T20, the two teams will go to Chittagong.

The first Test of the two-match series will be held at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium there. The first Test of the series will be played on November 28. The second and final Test of the series will be held on December 4 in Dhaka.

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