ICL: Indian Cricket League

Ease Tension Through Cricket

Written by Commoner on December 3rd, 2008   (118 views)

India and Pakistan should back each other in terms of cricket in the wake of the recent Mumbai terror attacks on November 26. Pakistan is very shocked on these attacks and is very keen to play in India and as a reciprocal gesture of goodwill, India should go ahead with their tour of Pakistan in January next year. This is the golden chance to ease the tension.

Terrorism must not deter the game and India should rise above the petty blame game and put the peace first. Terrorism is a persisting problem and both India and Pakistan must strive hard to formulate a working and realistic strategy to give the best security cover to visiting teams, including each other.

There is fear of terror, no doubt about that, but that is always there and we have to fight it out. Pakistan is the most biggest sufferer of the terrorism and they have been bit hard and due to that the Cricket has dried up in the country. Pakistan is without a Test from December 2007 to June 2009, when they are scheduled to visit Sri Lanka.

As the terrorism grows in India and India becomes the 20th most dangerous country in the world, foreign teams are also refusing to go there, so India should help Pakistan to have a joint strategy to promote the games and to invite the other teams.

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