India vs Afganistan historical test at Bangaluru, story behind this historical test

India vs Afganistan historical test at Bangaluru, story behind this historical test

india vs Afganistan historical test at Bangaluru, from 14th June, the story behind this historical test is very abnormal and mind blowing

India vs Afganistan historical test at Bangaluru, story behind this historical test

 

 

India vs Afganistan historical test at Bangaluru, story behind this historical test
India vs Afganistan historical test at Bangaluru, story behind this historical test

Afghanistan’s name will also be included on Thursday in countries where Test matches will play. Afghanistan will play its first Test match against India in Bangalore.

Whatever the significance of this match in the world of cricket, but in the sense of India’s soft diplomacy, this match will prove to be a milestone.

This is the first example when India has made a popular game its weapon of diplomacy.

India hopes that decades of violence will play an important role in the popularity of cricket in Afghanistan’s society, and it will work to build different classes of people in one form.

That is why India will take further steps to popularize cricket in Afghanistan in the days to come.

 

India vs Afganistan historical test at Bangaluru, story behind this historical test

 

India has ensured that under the soft diplomacy, Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah is also present to see the beginning of the match between India and Afghanistan.

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Rajvardhana Rathore, the Information, and Broadcasting, Youth Affairs and Sports Minister of the country, will be there as a representative of India.

Foreign Ministry sources say that for almost 17 years, India has been trying to promote cricket in every kind of Afghanistan. In 2001, Afghanistan was given the membership of the International Cricket Council and since then India has been providing various facilities to the players there.

A very modern stadium in Greater Noida (Delhi NCR) has been made available to the players of Afghanistan, which is, in a way, the “home ground” of Afghanistan’s cricket team. With the help of India, cricket stadium has also been prepared in Kandahar and other cities but players do not stay there for security reasons.

The Pakistani players are not included in the IPL, but the players of Afghanistan have kept up with it.

Recently, two Indian cricketers – Rasheed Khan and Mohammad Nabi – were bought for a very high price in the Indian Premier League and both of them were also very spectacular.

In the IPL matches, the number of fans of these two players has risen sharply. This has increased the popularity and speed of cricket in Afghanistan.

India has always been supportive of soft diplomacy in Afghanistan, under which all projects related to development are supported.

Under this, construction of hospital from Afghanistan has been constructed from there to the Parliament House. It is also training India’s military force and police force and supplying them with limited amounts of weapons.

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