Harbhajan Singh, the former Indian player, has neglected Shoaib Akhtar’s idea of Indo-Pak bilateral series to raise the Coronavirus funds.
Recently, the Pakistani speedster, Shoaib Akhtar, had presented an idea of holding Indo-Pak bilateral series to raise Coronavirus funds for charity.
He got highly slammed and criticized from India over his idea amid Coronavirus breakdown. Some said BCCI has enough money and they don’t need a series to raise Coronavirus funds, some marked Akhtar’s statements as funny as the present situation are hectic.
However, many Pakistanis have backed Akhtar for the Indo-Pak bilateral series idea as it can reduce the friction of hatred among both the countries.
“See cricket is the last thing on my mind at the moment. I am not even thinking about it. There are other ways to raise funds. It is not necessary to hold a cricket match. I don’t think anyone should think about sports and cricket at this hour. These are small things. Lives are at stake…understand that,” Harbhajan Singh was quoted as saying by Times Now.
India and Pakistan faced each other in the 2012-2013 ODI series last time in a bilateral series. Since then, they have faced each other in mega ICC events only.