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Today a Pakistani terr0rîšt was dispatched to hell by Indian Army who was last seen in pakistan with M@s00d @zh@r a UN designated global terrorist.
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Imagine comparing a tamilian who were stripped out of their rights and were treated as garbage by sri lankans to a muslim Pakistani terrorist who is close to an even more dangerous one~responsible for the murder of civilians.
They call Osama a martyr, Taliban as heroes, Hamas as brothers, Al Qaeda and its affiliates as freedom fighters, and you expect them to differentiate between freedom struggle and terrorism? LTTE became rogue after they got some power, we helped them in good faith just like the Mukti Bahini. Mukti Bahini never went rogue and respected their identity and India’s sovereignty. But they are pakistanis at the end of the day…
 

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@Waz @Kaptaan “We PaKiStAnIs aRe ViCtImS oF tErRoRiSm, wE dOn’T dO tErRoRiSm”.


Today a Pakistani terr0rîšt was dispatched to hell by Indian Army who was last seen in pakistan with M@s00d @zh@r a UN designated global terrorist.
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In 2021 majority of Pakistani filth in Kashmir has been cleaned , record tourist have started going to Kashmir and pace of infra developmet is growing at decent pace .

seems like Doval doctrine is showing some results
 
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In 2021 majority of Pakistani filth in Kashmir has been cleaned , record tourist have started going to Kashmir and pace of infra developmet is growing at decent pace .

seems like Doval doctrine is showing some results
Lol funny thing is that their pakistani media is saying Indian Army “martyred” 3 “Kashmiris” like they did after Nagrota encounter which led to the slaughter of 4 pakistani mlechhas but they pissed in their pants after Modi went for a cabinet meeting with NSA, Armed Forces Chiefs, and Defence Minister after the encounter which averted a fidayeen attack and started posting articles that “nagrota was a false flag operation”, from 4 “kashmiris” martyred to false flag, these bunch of idiots in Islamabad never fail to amuse me.

 

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I have already made it known to not tag/bait people that do not wish to be here in this thread.

All the flamewar convo that just started now is deleted.

This better be last time.
 
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Those part of PoK league can’t play or work in India: BCCI​

Following a statement from the PCB, there’s a chance that this could snowball into a conflict between the two cricket boards in a T20 World Cup year, with India and Pakistan set to face each other at the ICC event.​



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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has drawn the line for those expected to be associated with the upcoming league in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). The Indian board has informally told cricket boards around the world that those participating in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)-promoted Kashmir Premier League (KPL), that commences on August 6, would be barred from playing in leagues in India or having any commercial connection with the BCCI.

“While asking the boards not to allow their players to take part in the Kashmir league, we have informed them that in case they do, they can’t be part of any cricketing activity in India. We have done this keeping national interest in mind,” a top BCCI official told The Sunday Express.

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According to the official, this is just an extension of the Indian government’s policy. “We have no problems with those playing the Pakistan Super League (PSL) but this is a league in PoK. We are toeing our government’s line.”

This follows former South Africa batsman Herschelle Gibbs accusing the BCCI of “trying to prevent” him from participating in the inaugural KPL in PoK and subsequent comments by PCB officials and those associated with the Pakistan government. Gibbs had said the Indian board was bringing “their political agenda into the equation”.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expressed its “displeasure” on the issue.

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In a tweet on Saturday, Gibbs wrote: “Completely unnecessary of the @BCCI to bring their political agenda with Pakistan into the equation and trying to prevent me playing in the @kpl_20. Also threatening me saying they won’t allow me entry into India for any cricket related work. Ludicrous.”

Gibbs, one of the accused in the 2000 match-fixing scandal, has signed up to play for KPL franchise Overseas Warriors.

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Following a statement from the PCB, there’s a chance that this could snowball into a conflict between the two cricket boards in a T20 World Cup year, with India and Pakistan set to face each other at the ICC event.

“The PCB considers that the BCCI has brought the game into disrepute by issuing warnings to multiple ICC Members to stop their retired cricketers from featuring in the Kashmir Premier League, further threatening they will not be allowed entry into India for cricket-related work,” the PCB said in its statement.

“Such conduct from the BCCI is completely unacceptable, against the preamble of the Spirit of Cricket and sets a dangerous precedent, which can neither be tolerated nor ignored,” it said.

The PCB has also spoken about raising the matter “at the appropriate ICC forum”.

Tough talking
The BCCI dismissed the PCB statement, with an Indian cricket board official telling this paper: “We are not bothered about what statement PCB is putting out. We are mindful of Indian cricket and India.”

Pakistani politicians, however, have waded into the issue. In a tweet tagging Gibbs, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry alleged that “the pressure on Herschelle Gibbs not to participate in the Kashmir League” was a “continuation” of an old Indian practice. Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri, too, reacted to Gibbs’ post. “Depriving young Kashmiri players of the opportunity to share (a) dressing room with big names in cricket is unfortunate and regrettable,” he tweeted.
 

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Those part of PoK league can’t play or work in India: BCCI​

Following a statement from the PCB, there’s a chance that this could snowball into a conflict between the two cricket boards in a T20 World Cup year, with India and Pakistan set to face each other at the ICC event.​



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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has drawn the line for those expected to be associated with the upcoming league in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). The Indian board has informally told cricket boards around the world that those participating in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)-promoted Kashmir Premier League (KPL), that commences on August 6, would be barred from playing in leagues in India or having any commercial connection with the BCCI.

“While asking the boards not to allow their players to take part in the Kashmir league, we have informed them that in case they do, they can’t be part of any cricketing activity in India. We have done this keeping national interest in mind,” a top BCCI official told The Sunday Express.

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According to the official, this is just an extension of the Indian government’s policy. “We have no problems with those playing the Pakistan Super League (PSL) but this is a league in PoK. We are toeing our government’s line.”

This follows former South Africa batsman Herschelle Gibbs accusing the BCCI of “trying to prevent” him from participating in the inaugural KPL in PoK and subsequent comments by PCB officials and those associated with the Pakistan government. Gibbs had said the Indian board was bringing “their political agenda into the equation”.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expressed its “displeasure” on the issue.

ADVERTISEMENT
In a tweet on Saturday, Gibbs wrote: “Completely unnecessary of the @BCCI to bring their political agenda with Pakistan into the equation and trying to prevent me playing in the @kpl_20. Also threatening me saying they won’t allow me entry into India for any cricket related work. Ludicrous.”

Gibbs, one of the accused in the 2000 match-fixing scandal, has signed up to play for KPL franchise Overseas Warriors.

ADVERTISEMENT
Following a statement from the PCB, there’s a chance that this could snowball into a conflict between the two cricket boards in a T20 World Cup year, with India and Pakistan set to face each other at the ICC event.

“The PCB considers that the BCCI has brought the game into disrepute by issuing warnings to multiple ICC Members to stop their retired cricketers from featuring in the Kashmir Premier League, further threatening they will not be allowed entry into India for cricket-related work,” the PCB said in its statement.

“Such conduct from the BCCI is completely unacceptable, against the preamble of the Spirit of Cricket and sets a dangerous precedent, which can neither be tolerated nor ignored,” it said.

The PCB has also spoken about raising the matter “at the appropriate ICC forum”.

Tough talking
The BCCI dismissed the PCB statement, with an Indian cricket board official telling this paper: “We are not bothered about what statement PCB is putting out. We are mindful of Indian cricket and India.”

Pakistani politicians, however, have waded into the issue. In a tweet tagging Gibbs, Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry alleged that “the pressure on Herschelle Gibbs not to participate in the Kashmir League” was a “continuation” of an old Indian practice. Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri, too, reacted to Gibbs’ post. “Depriving young Kashmiri players of the opportunity to share (a) dressing room with big names in cricket is unfortunate and regrettable,” he tweeted.
Gotta love PCB. Earlier match-fixing was exclusively taught in-house

Now they want to ensure SA match fixer Gibbs is part of the league. Learn from the best, I guess.
 

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No I was not, but he’s of Indian origin, should have respected it.
After a couple generations, the links are tenuous at best. First generation immigrants definitely have an attachment. I think this guy is 3rd gen.
 

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