Kabaddi World Cup 2020: How did India’s Kabaddi team reach Pakistan without permission?
An Indian Kabaddi team has arrived in Lahore to attend the Kabaddi World Cup 2020, which is being held in Pakistan.
Kabaddi World Cup 2020 is being held for the first time in Pakistan and 10 teams from all over the world, including Pakistan and India, are participating in the tournament from February 9 to February 16.
According to news agency APP, Indian team arrived at Wagah Border Lahore on Saturday.
According to the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI), no team is allowed to go to Pakistan to play matches.
AKFI manager Justice SP Garg has questioned the Indian Kabaddi team’s participation in the tournament in Pakistan.
He says that “legal action will be taken against those who do not go without permission.” The Indian team is not allowed to participate in any such tournament.
Indian Kabaddi team player Ravi Prakash says he has come to Pakistan to represent India and has no knowledge of the questions raised on the team.
On the other hand, Mohammad Kabir, general secretary of Pakistan Kabaddi Federation, regarding the Indian team’s unacceptable visit to Pakistan, says it is an internal matter of India and they are not aware of it.
He says the International Kabaddi Federation recognizes the tournament.
Kabaddi World Cup 2020
India, Kenya, the United Kingdom, Australia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Canada, Sierra Leone and Germany are participating in the Kabaddi World Cup hosted by Pakistan for the first time.
Under the Kabaddi World Cup, 24 matches from February 9 to February 16 will be played in Lahore, Faisalabad and Gujarat.
The 14 matches including the final and semi-finals will be played at Punjab Stadium Lahore. Eight matches will be played at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad, while two matches will be played at Zahir Divine Stadium in Gujarat.