Pakistan and India have shared a hostile rivalry for more than 60 years and situation isn’t getting any better as recent border tensions continue to exacerbate the situation. All this led towards the halting of bilateral series between two heavyweights of the cricketing world since last few years.
However, secretary of All-India Physically Challenged Cricket Association (APCCA) Ravi Chouhan believes that the two nations should find enough room to live with peace. Talking to media in England where he is with Indian team to take part in the five-nation physical disability World Series, he said that Pakistani people are full of love and hospitality as he requested both the governments to end the conflict.
“I am always highly vocal about Pakistan and India playing cricket as well as other sports bilateral series. Wars are no solution to problems and peace should flourish between the two nations. There should be sports relations with Pakistan with which we can spread the message of love, peace and harmony,” said by Ravi.