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World Cup 2023: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had complained about the scuffle with their team during the match against India in Ahmedabad. Not only this, the board once again raised the issue of denying visas to Pakistani media and fans. But now, according to inputs from some agencies and media reports, Pakistan has been humiliated again and has to pay a heavy price in this matter. There are reports that Pakistan’s complaints will not be heard by the ICC.

ICC and B. An officer who has worked with the CCI said, “I. CC always takes every complaint seriously. But the complaint seems personal. I don’t know what is the thinking of PCB behind this. At the moment, I think there is hardly any hearing on this and it seems difficult to take action on it. The ICC follows a zero-tolerance policy towards hate speech.

“If the complaint pertains to racist statements, the ICC would have taken action if one were alone,” the official said. But what can you do when thousands of people are protesting? No player was injured. This happens only during the pressure of the game. No one can be held guilty in this case.

What was the matter?
The PCB, in its complaint to the ICC, has lodged a formal protest over the delay in visas for Pakistani journalists and the absence of a visa policy for Pakistani fans for the ongoing World Cup 2023. In the complaint, the PCB said that fans misbehaved during the match against India at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. This created pressure on Pakistani batsmen. Now after the statement of the officer has come out, it does not seem that ICC will take any action on the complaint. What happens in the future remains to be seen.