After CCI & PCA, RCA pulls down portraits of Pakistani cricketers

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The bus was on the Srinagar-Jammu highway in Lethpora town, about 30 km from Srinagar when the attack took place. At least 40 jawans were martyred and over a dozen injured after a fidayeen attack planned by Jaish-e-Mohammad and executed by suicide bomber Adil Ahmad Dar.

The KSCA has removed the photographs of the iconic player from Pakistan along with those of his compatriots from the gallery of M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru where Imran had led Pakistan to a historic Test series win over India in 1987. In a televised address, Imran, who took over in August past year and promised to take two steps to peace if India took one, asked New Delhi to produce evidence that Islamabad has link with the Pulwama attack and promised to take action if it did.

Earlier, Cricket Club of India (CCI) secretary Suresh Bafna on Sunday said that India should not play a match against Pakistan in the forthcoming World Cup. Gautam Gambhir Tweets on Pulwama Terror Attack, Says "This Time We Civilians Will Decide What "F" Stands For in MFN". "We'll be deciding soon how to remove the photo".

KSCA issued a statement, quoted by news agency ANI, to notify their decision of removing all pictures featuring Pakistanis, including those of former president Pervez Musharraf and existing prime minister Imran Khan.

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"Country comes first. We removed the photos two days ago".

India on Tuesday hit back at Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, saying that his comments on the Pulwama terror attack are "not surprising".

According to the reports, almost 15 photographs of Pakistani players have been removed. "There is so much anger in the nation against the heinous attack and PCA is no different in this".

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