The Indian Cricket Board is reportedly considering to write a letter to the International Cricket Council (ICC) demanding to ban Pakistani Cricket Team from the upcoming World Cup in England.

As per the media reports, the chief of the Committee of Administrators (CoA) Vinod Rai has asked to the CEO of the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) Rahul Johri to send the letter to the ICC.

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According to the details, if ICC decides to reject the Indian Cricket Board’s request, India might consider withdrawing from the upcoming World Cup itself.

However, the final decision of whether the Indian Cricket Board will actually send the letter to ICC will be taken on Thursday.

The former officials of BCCI Sanjay Patel and Rajiv Shukla had demanded the Indian Cricket Board to announce a boycott of the World Cup match against Pakistan after the recent suicide attack on the Indian troops at Pulwama district in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

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