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Pakistan is safe, Chris Gayle ready to tell the world

Pakistan is safe, Chris Gayle ready to tell the world

Pakistan is a safe place to visit, safe for foreigners, safe to play cricket. The realm has been working hard to get international cricket back there but just a minute, just a minute gave a big blow to them turning things upside down with all the efforts worth a decade going in vain.

The Black Caps, who were already on their tour to Pakistan for an ODI, and a T20I series with their second-string crew, refrained from playing – last-minute withdrawal breaking millions of hearts, shattering millions of hopes, wasting millions of efforts in a minute.

They said it was a security threat. In reply, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the government tried to comfort using every trick they could. But all New Zealand did is believe the perceived, inauthentic sources declaring a security threat.

The fans have witnessed that such an advanced level of security, which is not even provided to the prime minister, was provided to the New Zealanders. Yet, they believed in an unknown source and decided to pull themselves out.

The unjust act diminished Pakistan’s image across the globe within minutes. The repute men in green built in years, was down in a few moments. Since the Sri Lanka Bus Attack, a lot has changed as millions of foreigners have given a message of peace to the world from Pakistan.

It could have been a smooth-running tour but it is believed that the third-party involvement to create the biased agenda popped up at the last minute. Everyone in the Pakistan cricket fraternity from players to fans to officials is hurt.

To prove that Pakistan is one of the safest and peaceful countries to visit and to play cricket, the devoted international cricketers are assisting the nation’s image by taking the matter to social media.

Not only this but the biggest stars of cricket, such as Chris Gayle is ready to voyage to Pakistan in a few days. Sherfane Rutherford, the Jamaican cricketer is set to join him on the ‘message of peace’ journey.

The renowned Pakistani journalist, Sawera Pasha has also unveiled that 23rd to 25th September might bring lost smiles on fans faces. PCB is on the track to revive the efforts but the loss can not be compensated.

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