‘India has always tried to sideline Pakistan’s cricket’ Governor Sindh


KARACHI: Governor Sindh, Imran Ismail took a dig at India as he believes they have always tried to sideline Pakistan’s cricket. 

In a media talk at Abdul Sattar Hockey Stadium on the sidelines of 3rd Chief of Naval Staff All Pakistan Hockey Tournament, the governor said Pakistan will bounce back.

“India has always tried to sideline Pakistan team. They are playing conspiracy to isolate Pakistan,” he said.

“But, I am confident that Pakistan will come up strongly. Prime Minister Imran Khan is keen on this issue and I hope things will go in right direction,” he added.

Ismail stressed that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) should organize Pakistan Super League (PSL) strongly to portray soft image of the country.

“We have our brand PSL. PCB should plan strongly to host PSL on bigger level to portray strong image of Pakistan,” he concluded.

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