In the wake of Pulwama dread assault, Indian head League (IPL) director Rajiv Shukla clarified that there is no plausibility of two-sided cricket ties among India and Pakistan except if they get government's gesture. 

Shukla confessed to have confidence in the idea of games being above everything else except affirmed that "on the off chance that someone is supporting fear based oppression" at that point it would clearly affect sports. 

"Our position is extremely clear. Except if government gives us gesture, we are not going to play with Pakistan. Sports ought to be over every one of these things yet in the event that someone is supporting fear based oppression, clearly it will influence sports additionally," Shukla told journalists. 

Whenever inquired as to whether India will play against Pakistan in the inevitable World Cup, Shukla dodged the inquiry saying, "That we can't disclose to you know at the present time. World container is far away. We will perceive what occurs." 

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Following the assault, individuals from the nation over communicated outrage and requested activity against Pakistan. The congress part said that the shock is defended and requested that Pakistan quit supporting fear based oppression. 

"This is the shock of the general population which is reflecting in these ways. Clearly individuals will respond this way. Pakistan ought to be shift of these things. They ought not bolster psychological warfare. We have been stating this from the very beginning. At the point when our administration was there, we gave huge amounts of records about their inclusion. They ought to understand this," Shukla said. 

Around 40 CRPF faculty were murdered when a CRPF caravan, while moving from Jammu to Srinagar, was assaulted by a suicide aircraft in Pulwama on February 14. 

Pakistan-based fear outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) asserted duty regarding the assault.

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