What has stirred the online community and cricket aficionados is the striking resemblance of the abducted person to the former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev. This uncanny similarity has led to widespread speculation: is this a real abduction, or is it merely a clever marketing stunt?
The delay in obtaining Indian visas had put Pakistan’s participation in the tournament in jeopardy, sparking concerns and speculations about the fate of the team’s World Cup campaign. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had previously expressed its frustration and had even written a letter to the International Cricket Council (ICC) regarding the matter.
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The situation has prompted the PCB to engage with Indian authorities through diplomatic channels to expedite the visa issuance process. They have been in contact with the Indian Consulate for over a week, seeking prompt action to ensure that the Pakistani team can travel to India as scheduled.
In a significant boost for the participating teams, the winners of the World Cup, which will be hosted by India, will receive a handsome sum of $4 million as their reward. Meanwhile, the runners-up will not be left empty-handed, with a prize of $2 million awaiting them.
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