BCCI CEO Rahul Johri expressed concerns about the safety of Indian players in the World Cup which is starting on May 30th. ICC’s CEO David Richardson assured the BCCI that all possible steps will be taken by the ICC to overcome the concerns raised by BCCI CEO.
In Dubai On Wednesday the International Cricket Council assured the BCCI that we will take all necessary steps to remove India’s security concerns after the Pulwama Terror Attack during the upcoming World Cup 2019.
The CEO of BCCI said that we concern about the security of the Indian Cricket team, According to the information CEC told the Rahul Johri that They are confident about the security arrangements made by the ICC and the England and Wales Cricket Board.
ICC’s CEO David Richardson assured the BCCI that all possible steps will be taken by the ICC to overcome the concerns raised by him. He said that the discussion on security was not part of the original agenda, but the ICC added it on the request of the BCCI.
Following the Pulwama Terror Attack, prominent players like Harbhajan Singh and Sourav Ganguly of India have urged the boycott from the World Cup match. However, the BCCI has not taken any stand to boycott the match because there is such a possibility that both the teams can also be found in knockout.