According to recent reports, some participating teams, including India and Sri Lanka, are considering boycotting the upcoming Asia Cup 2023 tournament scheduled in Pakistan later this year, citing security concerns.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced that it is fully committed to ensuring the safety and security of all players and officials involved in the tournament. However, the PCB has also emphasized that it will not compromise on its principles, including its commitment to hosting international cricket tournaments in Pakistan. In a bold move, the PCB has announced that it is willing to bear the financial loss of $3 million in case of a boycott by any participating team, as it believes in the principle of “honour over money.” This statement highlights the board’s efforts to promote international cricket in Pakistan and its dedication to its values.
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