Pakistani Minister rejects Cricket with India until liberation of Occupied Kashmir
RAWALPINDI: Pakistani Minister rejects Cricket with India until liberation of Occupied Kashmir.
There cannot be any bilateral cricket between Pakistan and India, until India "frees the people of occupied Kashmir", says Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan.
She said this while talking with media during the play on second day of the first Test match between Pakistan and Bangladesh here at the Rawalpindi Stadium.
"India has created many barriers in our path and promoted false propaganda on all forums to stop international cricket in Pakistan," Firdous Awan said.
"Until India frees the people of occupied Kashmir, any matches between the countries will only pour salt on the wounds of the Kashmiris."
The SAPM commended Bangladesh authorities for sending their team to Pakistan despite their initial reservations.