ICC removed Indian Umpire from Pak-Eng Test Series


DUBAI: ICC removed Indian Umpire from Pak-Eng Test Series. Shiv Seena bullying outside India cricket is on influencing matters. Hereinafter the removal of Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar out of sight Pakistan and South Africa series.

ICC (International Cricket Council) also removed Indian umpire from Pak-Eng Test Series. According to ICC (International Cricket Council) in the UAE (United Arab Emirates)’s continue test series between Pakistan v/s England Indian Umpire Sundaram Ravi has been removed.

Umpire Sundaram Ravi was included in the ICC (International Cricket Council) elite panel he had to do Umpiring in test series between Pakistan v/s England. However, the situation of terrorism in India after Mumbai and Chennai in Aleem Dar place between India and South Africa in ODIs umpires are assigned.

For the test series in Dubai between Pakistan and England Bruce Oxsan Ford and Paul Raphael from Australia selected for umpiring while New Zealand Chris Giffany selected for TV umpire and in the third Test in Sharjah Bruce Oxsan Ford and Chris Giffany will do umpiring rather Paul Raphael will do TV umpiring.

It was said by ICC (International Cricket Council) that Security concerns and that these changes are due to the current situation and South Africa last 2 ODIs in the series 2 Indian umpires have agreed to play with them.

International Cricket Council to cooperate from all cricket boards have praised them. It is cleared that Indian Extremist Party Shiv Seena was threatened to Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar after which ICC (International Cricket Council) accepted its defeat against Shiv Seena and removed Aleem Dar from India v/s South Africa series while Former Fast Bowlers Shoib Akhter and Waseem Akram were also refused to do commentary and decided to return back to Pakistan.