Fans launched out from World Cup coordinate after political challenge
The fans were obviously Sikh separatists who wore T-shirts and held standards requesting a submission on a free country to be cut out of India
The World Cup has seen other political challenges during matches, with the International Cricket Council separating itself from them each time
MANCHESTER, United Kingdom: various onlookers were Tuesday bound and shot out from Old Trafford during the principal World Cup elimination round among India and New Zealand in the wake of mounting a political challenge.
The fans were obviously Sikh separatists who wore T-shirts and held pennants requesting a submission on a free country to be cut out of India.
“Ground security went into the stands and got the fans out of the arena absent much opposition and gave them over to the police,” a police officer at the ground told AFP on condition on obscurity.
“There were four Sikh folks who were wearing T-shirts with some political message on them and it isn’t permitted.”
Ostracize Sikh separatists, who need to make a country of Khalistan in India’s northern Punjab state, have been holding energizes in England to advance their case.
The World Cup has seen other political challenges during matches, with the International Cricket Council removing itself from them each time.
Standards perusing “#Justice for Kashmir” and “India stop massacre and free Kashmir” were flown over Headingley during India’s match with Sri Lanka on Saturday.
It pursued a previous occurrence when a standard perusing “Equity for Balochistan” was flown over a similar ground in Leeds during the game among Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The game’s administering body recently stated: “We don’t approve any kind of political messages at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.”