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Sri Lankan cricket team were attacked today in Pakistan. When all cricket teams are not willing to travel Pakistan what made Sri Lanka go there. Were they trying to show India that it is safe to play in Pakistan. If that is the case do you think they have paid a heavy price

Asked by mandar borwankar, 03 Mar '09 12:53 pm
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There is no govt in pak .pak is run by terrorist so nothing surprising in such events!
Answered by kalpataru, 03 Mar '09 01:16 pm

 
  
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Of course, they have paid. But Pak knows very well how to encash such dirty incidents. U see, by end of today, it will make such a big hue n cry to its Baap in US for more money to ensure VIP safety and special vehicles n equipments, that by next a few days US will provide it whatever has been asked for.
The problem is-- That, all the help received by Pak in this regard, will be spend to make similar attacks on our land, our people, our players, only to make sure that no foreign tourists, or players visit here also and India is also put in the same catagory. It is very concerning situation.
Answered by Vandna Kacker, 03 Mar '09 01:01 pm

 
  
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Probably you dont know but sri lanka cricket association is running under huge loss. Its running by money of india so its in debt.
Answered by varun shende, 03 Mar '09 12:59 pm

 
  
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They were not trying to show anything. It was just a good-will gesture as their own country is also terror-hit. May be they just wanted to give the message that they understood. But ofcourse, they had to pay heavily for this 'mis'adventure.
Answered by ekta mahajan, 03 Mar '09 12:57 pm

 
  
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