Harbhajan Singh Asks India to Boycott Upcoming World Cup Matches Against Pakistan

One of India’s most prominent cricketers of the past, Harbhajan Singh, has asked India to boycott their matches against Pakistan in the upcoming World Cup as a protest to the Kashmir attack.

The Indian media and government has accused Pakistan for supporting the attack which claimed the lives of more than 40 innocent people. Pakistan quickly denied any involvement but that has gone unnoticed.

Harbhajan Singh voiced his opinion regarding the matter and made some shocking statements. He said:

There is no need for any relations with Pakistan, let alone cricket.

Don’t play the World Cup match with Pakistan on June 16 — country comes first for all of us and we are all standing with our forces. Pakistan has been promoting cross-border terrorism and this attack was unbelievably shocking.

India are one of the favorites to lift the World Cup trophy but not playing Pakistan would mean that they would have to forfeit the match points if they boycott the group fixtures to be played in Manchester.

I don’t care about losing points as the Indian team is powerful enough to win the World Cup without playing Pakistan.


What do you make of Harbhajan’s comments? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • I condemn these attacks that killed someone’s loving father, brother, husband and son. No one can even feel the slightest of the pain which the families of those felt. May God bless all the deceased and put some sense in the heads of those who carried them out. What Harbhajan is saying is the obvious reaction by any common human being but boycotting anyone didn’t help in the past for anyone and won’t help in future too. Let things other than politics play its part in creating harmony and trust within our nations which will eventually defeat these attacks.

  • India are one of the favorites to life the World Cup – Incorrect
    India are one of the favorites to lift the World Cup – Correct

  • This attack is no joke, more than 40 families are suffering, Pakistan never ever support terrorism. Working together and believing every life as our own will let us solve the issues.

  • What a foolish comment by harbhajan. What if India pal plays final? Will India give trophy to Pakistan without play? And if they will play final what is the point of not playing in league match. Bullshit

  • Hum pakistanioo ku indian sa zada insanyat ki qadar ha in ku srf shoor karna ata ha pr ilzam lagna cheap indian govt

  • First: Who need your opinion? You have retired from this game. You are out of influence. Second: Have you forgotten what your so called Indian (hindu) brothers did in Amritsar? They killed unarmed sikhs. Not only men but also innocent women and kids. They called the sikhs terrorists. So in this way you were a terrorist before any muslim was near a terror act. The extremist hindus are the actual terrorists. They spare nobody. What they are doing in Kashmir are the biggest terrorist act cowardness in the world. 700.000 military personel in the valley. India call themself the biggest democracy in the world which is a big lie. The muslims, sikhs and lower cast hindus have no rights in India. Modis terrorist gangs are doing what they want to and people are supporting Modi because theys are scared of the aftermath. Shame on these liars and shame on your false democracy. Come to Pakistan and see how we treat the sikhs here and the sikhs coming from abroad, you will learn what respect is. Last but not least Harbhajhan try whatever you like to we are ready to give you a lesson for life. Just give it a try.

  • There are only two options the Indians like the most to utilize when time comes,blame Pakistan for any incident that happens against there interest….and not to play cricket with Pakistan….why only cricket…never heard not to play hockey,volleyball,kabadi,etc etc


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