Indian cricket group skipper Virat Kohli has said the players will remain by whatever choice the nation takes with respect to the India-Pakistan conflict at World Cup 2019. India are planned to play Pakistan in the gathering phase of the masterpiece occasion on June 16 in Manchester. 

Following the devious assault in Pulwama that killed 40 CRPF jawans, calls have escalated for India to blacklist their conflict against Pakistan. India captain has now turned out to state that they will remain by whatever choice the legislature of India and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) take in the issue. 

"Our stand is straightforward. We stick by what the country needs to do and what the BCCI chooses to do and that is essentially our feeling," captain Kohli said on the eve of India's opening T20 International against Australia on Sunday. 

"Whatever the administration and the board choose, we will in the end pass by that and will regard that. So that is our remain on this specific issue," Kohli included. 

The chief offered his sympathies in the interest of the whole Indian group to the groups of the martyred officers. "Our earnest sympathies to the groups of the warriors who lost their lives. The Indian group is truly stunned and pitiful about what occurred." 

The Committee of Administrators (CoA) met in the Capital on Friday to accept an approach how to approach the India-Pakistan World Cup coordinate. In a gathering to address the spiraling theory around the match, the CoA pondered on the issue however did not take any situation for the time being and won't specify the tie in the arranged email to the world body. 

"The sixteenth of June is exceptionally far away. We will accept an approach that a lot later and in discussion with the administration," CoA boss Vinod Rai said after the gathering. 

Inquired as to whether players have been counseled on the issue, Rai answered in the negative. 

"In an email to the ICC, we have communicated our worries about the fear based oppressor assault that has occurred. We are disclosing to them that security of players and match authorities should be properly dealt with," Rai said. 

"Furthermore, number two, we should separate ties with countries from which such fear based oppression radiates. We will express our worry on a fitting gathering," Rai said demonstrating that the issue will be raised at the ICC quarterly Board meeting in Dubai.

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