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ICC comes up with a clarification after aeroplane with ‘Justice for Balochistan’ message flies over Headingley
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Pakistan and Afghanistan are currently playing against each other at Headingley in Leeds in match 36 of the ongoing World Cup. But more than the match, an aeroplane going over the stadium with the message, ‘Justice for Balochistan’ is making the headlines at the moment. Moreover, soon after the incident, the Afghanistan and Pakistan fans were involved in a feud which has led to the ICC releasing a statement over the same as well stating that they don’t condone any political message.
The video of the feud has gone viral on social media in which two groups, one each from Afghanistan and Pakistan, seemed to have stacked up against each other. The security personnel had to come to calm things down as the fight started outside Headingley itself during the match. The ICC source confirmed that it was not an authorised aeroplane and the investigations will be done regarding the incident.
“Fight broke out b/w Pak&Afghan fans in Leeds because a plane was flown which had Balochistan slogans. Apparently, it was an unauthorised plane that flew over the stadium&political messages were visible. Leeds air traffic will investigate,” the source said according to India TV.
We do not condone any political messages
The ICC has now released a statement and have assured that they will work with the police force to know the reason of the incident and also ensured that it won’t happen again. “We work with local police forces around the country to prevent this type of incident occurring and were assured that given Headingley is under the flight path for the Leeds Bradford Airport it would not be an issue.
“We do not condone any sort of political messages at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup and will work with West Yorkshire police to deal with and understand why this happened and to ensure it does not happen again,” the statement read.
As far as the match is concerned, Afghanistan posted 227 runs for the loss of nine wickets after 50 overs after opting to bat first. Asghar Aghan and Najibullah Zadran top scored with 42 for them as none of the batsmen kicked on to make a big score.

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.crictracker.com/icc-comes-up-with-a-clairification-after-an-aeroplane-with-justice-for-balochistan-message-flies-over-headingley/amp/
 
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Pakistan and Afghanistan are currently playing against each other at Headingley in Leeds in match 36 of the ongoing World Cup. But more than the match, an aeroplane going over the stadium with the message, ‘Justice for Balochistan’ is making the headlines at the moment. Moreover, soon after the incident, the Afghanistan and Pakistan fans were involved in a feud which has led to the ICC releasing a statement over the same as well stating that they don’t condone any political message.
The video of the feud has gone viral on social media in which two groups, one each from Afghanistan and Pakistan, seemed to have stacked up against each other. The security personnel had to come to calm things down as the fight started outside Headingley itself during the match. The ICC source confirmed that it was not an authorised aeroplane and the investigations will be done regarding the incident.
“Fight broke out b/w Pak&Afghan fans in Leeds because a plane was flown which had Balochistan slogans. Apparently, it was an unauthorised plane that flew over the stadium&political messages were visible. Leeds air traffic will investigate,” the source said according to India TV.
We do not condone any political messages
The ICC has now released a statement and have assured that they will work with the police force to know the reason of the incident and also ensured that it won’t happen again. “We work with local police forces around the country to prevent this type of incident occurring and were assured that given Headingley is under the flight path for the Leeds Bradford Airport it would not be an issue.
“We do not condone any sort of political messages at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup and will work with West Yorkshire police to deal with and understand why this happened and to ensure it does not happen again,” the statement read.
As far as the match is concerned, Afghanistan posted 227 runs for the loss of nine wickets after 50 overs after opting to bat first. Asghar Aghan and Najibullah Zadran top scored with 42 for them as none of the batsmen kicked on to make a big score.

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.crictracker.com/icc-comes-up-with-a-clairification-after-an-aeroplane-with-justice-for-balochistan-message-flies-over-headingley/amp/
game ko game samjh ker hi khela jai to acha hota hay..
Let us see what ICC will do..
as my believe it is totally a propaganda of India & Afghanistan.
we played matches with INDIA and never had this type of issue which we saw in last match (Pak Vs Afg)
you can check the ICC record the match we lose against India how Afghani posted their comments & spread hate..

they will be never our friends ..
 
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ICC comes up with a clarification after aeroplane with ‘Justice for Balochistan’ message flies over Headingley
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Pakistan and Afghanistan are currently playing against each other at Headingley in Leeds in match 36 of the ongoing World Cup. But more than the match, an aeroplane going over the stadium with the message, ‘Justice for Balochistan’ is making the headlines at the moment. Moreover, soon after the incident, the Afghanistan and Pakistan fans were involved in a feud which has led to the ICC releasing a statement over the same as well stating that they don’t condone any political message.
The video of the feud has gone viral on social media in which two groups, one each from Afghanistan and Pakistan, seemed to have stacked up against each other. The security personnel had to come to calm things down as the fight started outside Headingley itself during the match. The ICC source confirmed that it was not an authorised aeroplane and the investigations will be done regarding the incident.
“Fight broke out b/w Pak&Afghan fans in Leeds because a plane was flown which had Balochistan slogans. Apparently, it was an unauthorised plane that flew over the stadium&political messages were visible. Leeds air traffic will investigate,” the source said according to India TV.
We do not condone any political messages
The ICC has now released a statement and have assured that they will work with the police force to know the reason of the incident and also ensured that it won’t happen again. “We work with local police forces around the country to prevent this type of incident occurring and were assured that given Headingley is under the flight path for the Leeds Bradford Airport it would not be an issue.
“We do not condone any sort of political messages at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup and will work with West Yorkshire police to deal with and understand why this happened and to ensure it does not happen again,” the statement read.
As far as the match is concerned, Afghanistan posted 227 runs for the loss of nine wickets after 50 overs after opting to bat first. Asghar Aghan and Najibullah Zadran top scored with 42 for them as none of the batsmen kicked on to make a big score.

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.crictracker.com/icc-comes-up-with-a-clairification-after-an-aeroplane-with-justice-for-balochistan-message-flies-over-headingley/amp/
Drama chalraha hey or kuch nae... Pakistan me kisi tarah sey jo jangjo qoum hey unko dabane ki sazishen chal rae hen or un ko ubhara jaraha apne hi mulk ki taraf....is me india afghan waghera bht khabasat dekha rahe hen... brain washing me masrof hey... Allaah pak ne Pakistan se INSHA'ALLAAH bht bara kaam lena hey... ye mulk mojzati tur per bacha hua hey... warna batil bht buri tarah se peechey para hua hey... aap agar FB per hoti tu mey ik page per apko join kerwata jis me akhri wakt se relate jo mamlaat start hochuke hen us me step wise explain kia hua he... ye sub Dajjali ways hein...
 
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ye ghaddaar pakistan Karachi me rehchuka hey.. harkat check karen... bhae sub baaten ik taraf atleast Afghanistan or Bangladesh as a muslim tu Pakistan ka sath den... per ye non muslims k agay jhukey hoey... tu hum England se kia baeed rakkhen... Altaf hussain ko paal tu raha... issey bara or kia such chahiye... asalme mujh sameth hum log hi andhey hein...
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ye ghaddaar pakistan Karachi me rehchuka hey.. harkat check karen... bhae sub baaten ik taraf atleast Afghanistan or Bangladesh as a muslim tu Pakistan ka sath den... per ye non muslims k agay jhukey hoey... tu hum England se kia baeed rakkhen... Altaf hussain ko paal tu raha... issey bara or kia such chahiye... asalme mujh sameth hum log hi andhey hein...
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Exactly .. Shoaib akhter ka b esa kuch bayan aya tha kal "agr afghan team k id cards dekh laen to sb Peshawar k niklengy .. " aur ab in ka behavior .. -_- meny suna tha kafi kuch but idea nhi tha baat itni bharh chuki hy :-ss

game ko game samjh ker hi khela jai to acha hota hay..
Let us see what ICC will do..
as my believe it is totally a propaganda of India & Afghanistan.
we played matches with INDIA and never had this type of issue which we saw in last match (Pak Vs Afg)
you can check the ICC record the match we lose against India how Afghani posted their comments & spread hate..

they will be never our friends ..
Yeah .. :confused: :s :S
 

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ICC comes up with a clarification after aeroplane with ‘Justice for Balochistan’ message flies over Headingley
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Pakistan and Afghanistan are currently playing against each other at Headingley in Leeds in match 36 of the ongoing World Cup. But more than the match, an aeroplane going over the stadium with the message, ‘Justice for Balochistan’ is making the headlines at the moment. Moreover, soon after the incident, the Afghanistan and Pakistan fans were involved in a feud which has led to the ICC releasing a statement over the same as well stating that they don’t condone any political message.
The video of the feud has gone viral on social media in which two groups, one each from Afghanistan and Pakistan, seemed to have stacked up against each other. The security personnel had to come to calm things down as the fight started outside Headingley itself during the match. The ICC source confirmed that it was not an authorised aeroplane and the investigations will be done regarding the incident.
“Fight broke out b/w Pak&Afghan fans in Leeds because a plane was flown which had Balochistan slogans. Apparently, it was an unauthorised plane that flew over the stadium&political messages were visible. Leeds air traffic will investigate,” the source said according to India TV.
We do not condone any political messages
The ICC has now released a statement and have assured that they will work with the police force to know the reason of the incident and also ensured that it won’t happen again. “We work with local police forces around the country to prevent this type of incident occurring and were assured that given Headingley is under the flight path for the Leeds Bradford Airport it would not be an issue.
“We do not condone any sort of political messages at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup and will work with West Yorkshire police to deal with and understand why this happened and to ensure it does not happen again,” the statement read.
As far as the match is concerned, Afghanistan posted 227 runs for the loss of nine wickets after 50 overs after opting to bat first. Asghar Aghan and Najibullah Zadran top scored with 42 for them as none of the batsmen kicked on to make a big score.

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.crictracker.com/icc-comes-up-with-a-clairification-after-an-aeroplane-with-justice-for-balochistan-message-flies-over-headingley/amp/
This is ugly, unethical and unacceptable. Not only that ICC should be asking the ECB and the May government about politicizing an international event, but Islamabad should also lodge a formal complaint with the ICC and London as to how and why a gentleman's game is being politicized in such a glaring manner right under the nose of the 10 Downing Street? The Pakistani consulate in London should initiate whodunit and people involved in this heinous act should be prosecuted legally, morally, socially and politically.
 
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This is ugly, unethical and unacceptable. Not only that ICC should be asking the ECB and the May government about politicizing an international event, but Islamabad should also lodge a formal complaint with the ICC and London as to how and why a gentleman's game is being politicized in such a glaring manner right under the nose of the 10 Downing Street? The Pakistani consulate in London should initiate whodunit and people involved in this heinous act should be prosecuted legally, morally, socially and politically.
yes... agreed
 

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This is ugly, unethical and unacceptable. Not only that ICC should be asking the ECB and the May government about politicizing an international event, but Islamabad should also lodge a formal complaint with the ICC and London as to how and why a gentleman's game is being politicized in such a glaring manner right under the nose of the 10 Downing Street? The Pakistani consulate in London should initiate whodunit and people involved in this heinous act should be prosecuted legally, morally, socially and politically.
Yeah they should .. But what they are doing is another story .. -_-
 

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This is ugly, unethical and unacceptable. Not only that ICC should be asking the ECB and the May government about politicizing an international event, but Islamabad should also lodge a formal complaint with the ICC and London as to how and why a gentleman's game is being politicized in such a glaring manner right under the nose of the 10 Downing Street? The Pakistani consulate in London should initiate whodunit and people involved in this heinous act should be prosecuted legally, morally, socially and politically.
True, I am not sure about UK but I don't think you can use air route without getting city' permission first.
 
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