New Delhi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has received a threat that the Indian cricket team, currently on a tour to the West Indies, will be attacked. The PCB forwarded this mail to the BCCI and the ICC. However, the BCCI and the ICC have made it clear that there is no danger to the Indian team in the West Indies.
There is no danger to the Indian team on the West Indies tour. According to media reports, the threat was mailed directly to the PCB without sending it to the Indian team. The name of the terrorist group that threatened the attack was not mentioned in the mail. PCB immediately forwarded this mail to the BCCI and the ICC. The BCCI has since informed the Home Ministry. The ICC and the West Indies Cricket Board have said that this is a rumor, and the BCCI has denied the report.
According to sources in the BCCI, the Indian team is not at risk of attack. The Indian team, which will tour the West Indies on August 3, will be there by September 3.
The T-20 and ODI series are over, both have been won by the Indian team. The Test series is set to begin on August 22.
Writer: Himani Ranade