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Former captain and wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said that the Indo-Pak series is not just sports, it is even Former captain and wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said that the Indo-Pak series is not just sports, it is even more than that. The government will decide to play bilateral series with neighboring countries. Dhoni is on Kashmir tour since Wednesday. He arrived in Baramulla on Sunday as the Chief Guest in the Chinar Cricket League organized by the Army. During this, he also talked to local people and regional cricket players. “The series between India and Pakistan is not just sport, but more than that,” Dhoni said at a press conference. I think the government has the right to make a decision on it and it will decide whether we will play a bilateral series with Pakistan or not. “Dhoni had earlier told cricketers about Uri in Baramulla yesterday about fitness. Apart from this, he also visited Army Public School on Wednesday. “It is absolutely right, because we play so much cricket that we do not get much preparation time when we go overseas to play. But as an international cricketer, this is also a challenge we should be read now game of cricket become professional,” Dhoni said here. ” we know It takes some time to get used to, but if you see current team, there are many cricketers who have played well overseas and it helps a lot. If they get six to eight or 10 days, it is good, i think whatever time they will get, I think they are capable player and do very well,” he said in response to a question about Kohli’s statement. The former India captain was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a match played at Kunzer cricket ground, 35km from Srinagar, in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district. Dhoni was the chief guest at the finals of Chinar Cricket Premier League, organised by Srinagar-based Chinar Corps of the Army. “This time when the (Test) team leaves for South Africa, they will only get some time to prepare before playing the matches. The ODI team after that will also want to try to get seven to eight days because the conditions are different there, there is more bounce,” he said. Asked whether there should be a bilateral series between India and Pakistan, Dhoni said it should be best left to the government. He said when it comes to a cricket match between the arch-rivals, it becomes much more than sports. It is noteworthy that the BCCI officials had met Union Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore in Delhi on Wednesday and asked the government’s opinion on the issue of playing with rival Pakistan in the ICC Test Championship. Bilateral cricket relations between India and Pakistan have been broken for the past few years.]]>

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