Misbah-ul-Haq voices concerns over anti-Pakistan protests in Mumbai

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Advocating for a array between India and Pakistan given long, Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq says he is “disappointed” and expresses concerns over Pakistan group travelling to India for a World T20 in 2016 due to a new anti-Pakistan protests in Mumbai.

“It’s not only about India-Pakistan; wherever it happens it is disappointing. we trust politics should be apart from sports. Otherwise it’s unequivocally formidable for all nations that are personification a diversion and we all should play any other,” Misbah said.

File design of Misbah-ul-Haq. AFPFile design of Misbah-ul-Haq. AFP

File design of Misbah-ul-Haq. AFP

“Even when Australia repel from their debate to Bangladesh it was unsatisfactory as well,” he added.

Though Pakistan showed no goal of pulling out from World T20 in India, a right-handed batsman did acknowledge of carrying “big concerns” about personification in India amid domestic tensions.

“Obviously when these arrange of things happen, that unequivocally puts something in your mind. we don’t know what is going to occur though apparently these are a large concerns. You don’t wish to shorten yourself not to play here and there. We unequivocally wish to play everywhere and suffer a game,” he said.

The cricketing ties between a dual nations reached a lowest lessen when a Shiv Sena workers stormed a BCCI domicile in Mumbai on Monday, and a scheduled assembly between a heads of dual cricket play were called off.

Also a PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan on his lapse from Mumbai pronounced that he expects a grave reparation from a Indian house for a approach he was treated in Mumbai and New Delhi.

Owing to confidence reasons, Pakistani referee Aleem Dar was cold from a remaining dual ODIs between India and South Africa, while former Pakistan pacers Wasim Akram and Shoaib Akhtar were also pulled out from a explanation group for a final ODI in Mumbai.