Pak cricketers photos removed from Mohali stadium | #103341

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"BCCI, RCA and other associations are with the families of martyred soldiers".

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

An explosive-laden SUV rammed into the CRPF convoy travelling on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway on 14 February, with the suicide bomber being identified as Adil Ahmed Dar.

"The entire country is shocked over the shameful act and believe the hand of Pakistan is behind the terror strike", he added. IMG-Reliance then dealt a huge blow to Pakistan Cricket Board by cutting its ties with it. IMG-Reliance had signed a deal to produce television coverage of the ongoing PSL.

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In view of reports of attacks against Kashmiris by "nationalist" groups following the Pulwama attack , R. The Crown Prince will hold wide ranging talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday.

Patel also backed Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, who suggested that India should adopt an eye for an eye approach while dealing with terrorists supported by Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI.

And now HPCA has also followed suit.

"We have chose to remove all the photos of Pakistani players from our stadium to express solidarity with the families of CRPF martyred troopers in Pulwama attack", HPCA stadium Manager Col H.S. Manhas told reporters. Black and white photograph of Imran Khan exercising at the stadium and another one of 2011 India-Pakistan World Cup semifinal were among those removed.

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.