Hyderabad MP and AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has questioned the decision of not sending the Indian team to play the Asia Cup 2023 in Pakistan. Owaisi said why India is playing cricket with Pakistan in Australia? While he decides not to send his team to play in Pakistan. Then why are you playing cricket match with Pakistan tomorrow? Didn’t want to play. No, we will not go to Pakistan, but will play with him in Australia. What is this love?
Owaisi further said that if this is enough then do not play with Pakistan. What if you don’t play with Pakistan? ₹2000 crore loss for television? But does it matter more than India? Leave it, don’t play. He said- ‘I don’t know who will win the match. But I also want India to win and our children like Shami and Mohammad Siraj try their best to crush Pakistan.
‘If India wins, these people will beat their chest’
The Hyderabad MP indirectly referred to the trolling of Muslim players and said- ‘But if India wins then these people will beat chest and if India loses then they will start finding out whose fault was in the match. What is your problem? This is cricket. Owaisi said that you have a problem with our hijab, with our beard and also with our cricket.
Is your BSF sleeping after eating biryani: Owaisi
At the same time, while addressing a public meeting in Vikarabad, Owaisi attacked the RSS. Owaisi said that RSS told that population is increasing, I ask how is it increasing? (They say) People are entering from Bangladesh. In such a situation, the question arises that is your BSF sleeping after eating biryani?
Match between India and Pakistan on 23 October
Let us tell you that in the T20 World Cup 2022, the Super-12 stage matches are starting from today (22 October). The Indian team is going to play its first match against Pakistan in Melbourne on 23 October. A total of 16 teams have participated in this World Cup, out of which four teams West Indies, Scotland, Namibia and UAE could not progress beyond the qualifying round. Group-2 consists of India, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Netherlands, South Africa and Bangladesh.