Zaka Ashraf, head of the PCB, refers to India as “Dushman Mulk,” and Pakistanis criticize his comments

Zaka Ashraf, head of the PCB, refers to India as “dushman mulk,” and Pakistanis criticize his comments. ICC World Cup 2023: After a seven-year absence, the Pakistan cricket squad arrived in India on Wednesday. Despite the political hostilities that existed between the two countries, India adhered to its customs and gave the Pakistani team a grand welcome. When Babar Azam and his squad landed in India, cricket fans showed their passion for the game by chanting his name. 

The head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Zaka Ashraf, can be heard referring to India as a “dushman mulk” (enemy nation) in a recent video. Pakistan’s administration, however, has never shied away from displaying its animosity towards India.

A video of the PCB chief’s comments is going viral on social media, and even Pakistanis are criticizing him for them.

“With the new contracts, we have shown our love for our players. No one has budgeted as much money as I have for player contracts.Mera maksad ye hi hai ki hamaare players ka morale up rehna chahiye, jab ye dushman mulk me khelne jaaye, ya kahi bhi jaaye jaha competition ho raha hai. When my players travel to an enemy country or anywhere else in the world to compete, (I only want them to be in great morale),” Ashraf remarked.

Thankfully, neither the playing field nor the practice nets ever show signs of the political tensions between India and Pakistan. During practices, the athletes from the two nations interact politely with one another and even share cricketing advice. Shaheen Afridi, a Pakistani pacer, was recently seen giving a gift to Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah, who had just become a parent, in a video that melted people’s hearts.

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