In the wake of nationwide protests in India against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Javed Miandad asked the ICC to suspend all ties with India and hand them similar punishment which was given out to Pakistan.
Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad launched a scathing attack on India and urged International Cricket Council (ICC) to stop teams from touring the country. Pakistan recently hosted their first Test series on home soil in over a decade since terrorists opened fire at a bus carrying Sri Lanka cricketers in Lahore in 2009. In the wake of nationwide protests in India against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Miandad asked the international cricket body to suspend all ties with India and hand them similar punishment which was given out to Pakistan.
"People should take note of what is going on in India. I urge the ICC to boycott them," Miandad said in a video uploaded on PakPassion.com. "Not Pakistan but India is not a safe country for any tourist or anybody (sic). As human beings, we sportspersons should also stand up and condemn them.
"The entire world is watching and talking about what is going on there. I am speaking on behalf of Pakistan that all sporting ties must be suspended with India. All countries should take action against them," he further said.