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The Australian players have even changed their own ‘DNA’ for the IPL; Rameez Raja with criticism

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Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramis Raja has hit out at the Indian Premier League and Australian cricketers after the New Zealand and England cricket teams withdrew from the tour of Pakistan.

Rameez Raja has accused the Australian players of tampering with their own ‘DNA’ to play in the IPL with an eye on BCCI money. Rameez Raja accused the Australian players of hiding even their natural aggression while playing against India to defend their IPL contract.

‘They are happily playing against India without an aggressive approach. Such an approach to India is to ensure that there are no problems with IPL contracts, ”said Rameez Raja. Raja said that international cricketers are now under pressure to protect their IPL contracts and that players are getting a lot of money and a lot of benefits by participating in the IPL.

He also reacted to the withdrawal of England from the cricket series against Pakistan after New Zealand. He warned that both teams would respond on the field. They have the right to withdraw from the series due to security concerns. However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat New Zealand.

After New Zealand arrived in Pakistan, he abandoned the series and fled. England followed the same path. Both the teams did wrong to Pakistan. They made a big mistake by canceling the Pakistan tour. It is their fault and Pakistan does not need to explain, “said Rameez Raja.

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