Asia Cup: Sri Lanka is going through the worst economic recession since independence. Neighboring states are facing vast shortages of fuel, electricity, and food. Even the supply of medicines is disrupted. The misery of the commoner is as clear as daylight. If you look, Sri Lanka has gone bankrupt.
Asia Cup: Flaming Sri Lanka, Fog Over Asia Cup!
Neighboring India is up in arms demanding the resignation of Gotabaya Rajapaksa as president of the island nation. This time Sri Lanka is the host country of the Asia Cup. The battle to become the best in Asia will be held in India’s neighboring country from August 28 to September 11 at 22 yards. The Asia Cup in Sri Lanka is now in the fog due to the final turbulent atmosphere. What is BCCI President Sourav Ganguly saying?
Sourav told news agency ANI about India’s participation in the Asia Cup. The former captain and BCCI chief were asked if the ACC did not host the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka, the tournament could be shifted to India. “I can’t comment on this at the moment. We will keep an eye on the situation. Australia has played there. The Sri Lankan team is also playing well. I can’t say anything right now. Let’s wait another month,” said Sourav.
In unsettled Sri Lanka, ordinary people protest on the streets, ignoring police guns and tear gas. In such a situation, Pakistan has set foot in that country after Australia. This time the Test series between Sri Lanka and Pakistan is going to start on July 16. And to that end, Father Azam’s team reached Galle on Thursday. The team was seen getting on the bus with luggage under tight security at the airport.
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