Javed Miandad, a former captain, has criticised India once more for not sending the national team to Pakistan for the Asia Cup and for providing security-related justifications.
According to Miandad in an interview, several other significant cricketing nations have lately visited us without any problems, therefore India need not be concerned about security in Pakistan.
The illustrious cricketer continued that there shouldn’t be any security concerns and that India should travel to its neighbour because death will only occur when it is predetermined.
“We’ll go if they call today. But they ought to counter the move. The problem is that they haven’t visited since the last time we were here. Now it’s their turn,” remarked Javed Miandad.
The 65-year-old ex-cricketer continued by saying that this action will help with other issues as well as the strained state of cricketing relations at the moment.
Javed Miandad previously criticised the BCCI for its decision, saying, “India can go to hell if they do not want to come to Pakistan to play cricket.”
The former skipper said that if other countries are prepared to tour for the competition, the cricket body shouldn’t be worry about India’s participation in the Asia Cup in 2023.