India’s traditional stubbornness remains, refusing to grant visas to the Pakistani blind cricket team
New Delhi (92 News) – India’s traditional stubbornness remains, refusing to grant visas to the Pakistani blind cricket team.
The T20 Blind Cricket World Cup festival will be held today in Delhi, India. India has refused to give visas to Pakistan’s blind cricket team while maintaining the status quo.
Pakistan’s first match in the World Cup was to be played against South Africa on December 7 and against India on December 8.
The passports of the national cricketers have not been returned by the Indian High Commission.
India, Sri Lanka, Australia, South Africa and other teams are to participate in the Blind World Cup.
It should be noted that Pakistan has also been the runner-up in the second T20 Blind World Cup.