Aakash Chopra feels Pakistan shouldn't have any motivation to stress in the event that they do get the leeway to come and play the T20 World Cup in India one year from now.
Pakistan cricket crew ought not have any misgivings about coming to India for the T20 World Cup one year from now, feels previous cricketers Aakash Chopra.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has requested that the ICC get composed confirmations from the BCCI that its group would confront no issues getting visas to play in the 2021 T20 World Cup and 2023 50 over World Cup in India.
There have been examples in the past that Pakistan competitors have been denied visas to come and play in India which is the reason the PCB needs a composed affirmation.
On the off chance that the group comes to India, at that point security will be another factor which will be under scanner all through their stay in the nation.
India had cut every single brandishing attach with Pakistan after the 2019 Pulwama dread assault which occurred on head of the effectively cut off respective cricketing ties between the two nations. Pakistan last visited India in 2013 when they played an arrangement involving 2 T20Is and 3 ODIs.
In any case, Chopra feels they shouldn't have any motivation to stress on the off chance that they do get the leeway to come and play the T20 World Cup in India one year from now.
"Security won't be an issue for Pakistan at whatever point they come to India for the T20 World Cup, that is ensured. Security confirmation will be given to them.
"The BCCI isn't responding on this right now in light of the fact that there is no compelling reason to state anything right now since no one recognizes what will occur soon due to the coronavirus emergency.
"May there be some affirmation on the T20 World Cup first then every one of these worries of wellbeing and security can be tended to.
"There is still a ton of time for the competition to occur however at whatever point Pakistan comes to India, certainly confirmation will be given. Security will be given and Pakistan group will be protected in India," Chopra said on Sawera Pasha's YouTube show Cricast.