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Indian media starts propaganda against Pakistan after arrival of int’l footballers

KARACHI: An Indian news agency has created propaganda against Pakistan after international footballers arrived in the country to promote the game. Times of India reported that Pakistan has paid a hefty sum of cash to the international players for playing games in Karachi and Lahore on Saturday and Sunday respectively. Earlier the news agency wrongly...

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 8, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Jul 8, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
Indian media starts propaganda against Pakistan after arrival of int’l footballers

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KARACHI: An Indian news agency has created propaganda against Pakistan after international footballers arrived in the country to promote the game.

Times of India reported that Pakistan has paid a hefty sum of cash to the international players for playing games in Karachi and Lahore on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

Earlier the news agency wrongly reported that the sports stars arrived in Pakistan on a military jet.

Eight international footballers, including former Brazilian footballers Ronaldinho and Roberto Carlos, arrived in Pakistan Saturday morning.

The security arrangements have been put in place under the aegis of Pakistan Army. The international players were escorted from airport to the hotel under tightened VVIP security.

The soccer superstars will meet top military brass including Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa today.

Brazilian football celebrity Ronaldinho is accompanied by Brazil’s 2002 World Cup winning teammate, Roberto Carlos, former French midfielder Robert Pires, France’s Nicolas Anelka, Portugal’s Luis Boa Morte, Holland’s George Boateng, England’s David James and former Manchester United player Ryan Giggs.

Ronaldinho will lead the team which will play two matches during its visit to Pakistan.

The first match will be played on Saturday at Hockey Club of Pakistan in Karachi and second on Sunday in Lahore.

The match will be seven or six a side fixture to be played on July 8 evening at Abdul Sattar Edhi hockey stadium Karachi.

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