PCB files ICC Complaint on “inappropriate conduct” by Ahmedabad audience

PCB files ICC complaint on “inappropriate conduct” by Ahmedabad audience. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has been contacted by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) regarding the crowd’s behavior at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad during the Pakistan-India World Cup 2023 match.

The PCB claimed in a statement posted on X (formerly Twitter) that the board has lodged a complaint about “inappropriate conduct” directed at the Pakistani players during the India vs. Pakistan match that took place in Ahmedabad Stadium on October 14, 2023.

For the explosive match, which India won by seven wickets, the stadium was packed. Throughout the game, supporters at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium chanted offensive things at the Green Shirts.

When Pakistani wicketkeeper-battler Mohammad Rizwan was removed by Jasprit Bumrah in the opening innings, he was the target of religious chanting.

Concurrently, Indian attorney Vineet Jindal lodged a suit with the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Muhammad Rizwan for doing Namaz on the field and endorsing Gaza.

After scoring the game-winning century against Sri Lanka earlier in the ICC World Cup 2023, Rizwan dedicated his century to the people of Gaza.

Since Rizwan’s deed was carried out outside of the field in his own role, the Indian media was outraged, but the ICC chose not to take any action.

However, the PCB also formally protested to the ICC about the lack of a visa policy for Pakistani supporters attending the ongoing World Cup 2023 and the delays in granting visas to Pakistani journalists.

Zaka Ashraf, the president of the PCB Management Committee, has spoken with Foreign Secretary Syrus Sajjad Qazi about his worries regarding the hold-up in granting visas to Pakistani fans and journalists who want to travel to India for the 2023 World Cup.

Later, after being granted visas, a few journalists from Pakistan visited India in advance of the match between India and Pakistan on October 14.

In terms of the game, India destroyed Pakistan by seven wickets in a lopsided blockbuster encounter held in front of a packed Narendra Modi Stadium, preserving their perfect 50-over World Cup record against their bitter rivals.

India quickly took control of the game by batting their opponents out for 191 runs in just 43 overs.

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