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Who sent death threats to Ashton Agar’s wife for husband?

Australia tour of Pakistan: Ashton Agar's wife receives death threats for husband

Australia tour of Pakistan 2022 has finally begun after all security arrangements were found threat-free by Cricket Australia (CA) in the cricket-loving nation. No doubt, the visitors are sharing their positive feedback being inspired by the ‘intense security arrangements’ made by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). However, one of the recent developments occurring in regards to Pak vs Aus has shocked everyone.

The death threats sent to Ashton Agar’s wife for husband were from India

Ashton Agar’s wife has received social media death threats for her husband ahead of the tour. Madeleine has been warned to stop her husband from visiting Pakistan or else he will be subjected to death. The scared wife, without wasting a second, reported the incident to the concerned party. Upon investigation, the PCB has narrated the threats are not credible and were received from a fake Instagram account operating from India.

Agar, who is in good spirits, despite the death threats sent to his wife, believes all is okay in Pakistan and there is nothing to fear from. This is not the first time any foreigner, upon Pakistan tour, is receiving threats on the social forum. Earlier, Cricket New Zealand (NZC) received security threats and suddenly called off their ongoing tour moments before the first game was to kick start. Later, the menaces were found to be from an unreliable and inauthentic source working from the Indian fraternity.

It must be noted the entire Australian squad landed in Pakistan on 27th February at Islamabad airport. This is the first time Australia are in Pakistan in 24 years since their last visit was back in 1998. Visibly, the world is happiest about international cricket getting fully back in Pakistan. However, the news is indigestible to some since they come up with new and planned propaganda every time.

The two teams will undergo a three-match Test series, as many ODIs, and the only T20I. The series will begin from 4th March and will be played across three major venues of Pakistan including Islamabad’s Rawalpindi Stadium, Karachi’s National Stadium, and Lahore’s Gadaffi Stadium.

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