30 November 2015

Indo-Pak Relation & Cricket



Indo-Pak Relation & Cricket

The other day on 27th November 2015, I wrote a blog that “Cancel Cricket tour of Indo-Pakistan in Sri Lanka as the situation on LOC/IB is not conducive to play cricket as cricket is a gentlemen’s game and Pakistan is a Terrorist State.”

Recently, Mr. Kirti Azad (MP of Lok Sabha, Darbhanga, Bihar, is a former Cricketer 1980-1986) who has read my book IS GOD DEAD????? The Truth About Jammu & Kashmir published by Partridge Publishing, A Penguin Random House Company, 1663 Liberty Drive, Bloomington, London IN 47403, P: +000 800 100 62 62 ext: 5680.

Mr. Kirti Azad has vindicated my point, I wrote on 27th November 2015 that at this critical time we should not play cricket with Pakistan on Sri Lanka venue as Pak is an enemy country and beheading our Jawans on Jammu & Kashmir front and daily our brave Col. & Gen. ranks officers are being killed.

He also said that we should not talk to Nawaz Sharif who has recently told to Prime Minister David Cameron in U.K. that he is prepared to talk to India without any condition.

Raghubir Lal Anand suggests the P.M. Modi Ji should not talk to Nawaj Sharif as recently his statement which I put on blog dated 28/11/15 "Pakistan does not consider Kashmir to be a geographical or border dispute but a dispute due to the unfinished business of Partition of the subcontinent in 1947," Mr Sharif writes in his letter to Ms Andrabi, who heads the outfit Dukhtaran-e-Millat in J&K.

There is no sense in talking Nawaz Sharif instead we should talk to Army Chief Gen. Raheel Sharif as U.S. always talk to him and it will be a meaningful game with the condition that Pakistan should get out from Saichen Glasiar.

Anurag Thakur should not think that he is the head of cricket he had earlier promised to the country that we will not play with Pakistan. He should tell this beautiful nation incredible India how much Pakistan’s (PCB) has paid him the bribe to alter his decision. He has done shameful act and should apologies to the nation.