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BCCI: No need to drag India everywhere



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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) recently suffered a huge blow after the New Zealand and England cricket team pulled out of tours. This decision led to a lot of criticism across the world as well.

The minister of Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry, singled out India as the culprit behind these bogus security threats. However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) denied any involvement with such cases.

"We wish Ramiz Raja good luck that Pakistan cricket reaches new heights under him. We want to clear one thing that the BCCI has no role in the cancellation of England and New Zealand tour to Pakistan," A senior BCCI official told IANS.

BCCI official also pointed out that Ramiz Raja was accusing Australian players for shutting down their aggression after making money in the IPL. He also asked Pakistan to not drag India everywhere all the time.

“I don’t know why some ex-Pakistan players are cursing the IPL for no reason? I read somewhere that Raja said that the Aussie players have even changed their DNA for the sake of the money they make by playing in the IPL," he said.

"He accused Aussies of playing happily against India without their usual aggressive approach. We understand that you are feeling bad but there is no need to drag India everywhere,” the official further added.