Pakistan Cricket Board Receives Terror Alert Email Against Team India Playing in West Indies, Informs ICC: Pak Media
Virat Kohli and teammates react after India won the third Test against Australia. (Photo: Getty Images)

Indian Cricket Team is currently in West Indies where they have already played three-match T20I and ODI series. They won both formats by 3-0 against the home team. India is currently playing against West Indies Cricket President Board XI in a 3-Day Practice match. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) received an alert mail of possible terror attack on Indian Cricket Team in West Indies. PCB acted responsibly and reported the case to ICC. However, there is no official confirmation of this yet from Pakistan or BCCI or ICC. Live Cricket Streaming of India vs West Indies Cricket Board President XI 3-Day Practice Match: Check Live Cricket Score, Watch Free Telecast of IND vs WI A on ‘Windies Cricket’ YouTube.

This comes as a piece of shocking news as the tension between India and Pakistan continue to soar over the Kashmir issue. As per the reports of Geo TV, PCB has informed ICC about this to take precautionary measure. BCCI has still not responded to this case and we will be eagerly waiting to hear from them after this news. Meanwhile, the action between India vs West Indies Cricket Board President XI is taking place on Day 2.

Email Received by PCB 

In the on-going 3 Day Practice Match India declared on 297/5. India will play their first Test Match of 2 match series on Aug 22, 2019, at Antigua. We will have to wait and watch what security changes will be made in West Indies for the Indian team after this alert from PCB.