Will all players including Babar Azam go to jail as soon as they return from America?

 Sedition case registered against pakistan cricket team after defeat to India

T20 world cup 2024: New trouble has come upon the pakistan cricket team. A case of treason has been registered against Babar Sena, which is on the verge of being eliminated from the t20 world cup 2024.

Will all players including Babar Azam go to jail as soon as they return from America? Sedition case registered against pakistan cricket team after defeat to India

Pakistan cricket team is going through a very bad phase. In the t20 world cup 2024, it was defeated by a weak team like America. After this, they could not achieve the target of 120 runs against India. Former cricketers and fans lashed out at this shameful performance of the team. pakistan kept their Super 8 hopes alive by defeating canada in their third match, but they are on the verge of being eliminated from the tournament amid the possibility of rain. Now a new trouble has befallen Babar Azam's team.

The entire Pakistani team can go to jail as soon as they return from America. In fact, a Pakistani lawyer has filed a sedition case against all the players including the coach and support staff. The lawyer has alleged that the entire team has betrayed the country.

A lawyer from Gujranwala city of pakistan has filed a sedition petition against the entire team including Babar Azam. Apart from the players, the coach and support staff are also named in it. The lawyer has made many serious allegations against the pakistan team.

The lawyer has accused the team captained by Babar Azam of earning money by fraud by putting the honor of the country at stake. The lawyer said in the petition that people's sentiments have been hurt a lot after the defeat against America and India. Not only this, the lawyer has demanded that the pakistan cricket team should be banned until a thorough investigation of the case is completed. According to media reports, the court has sought a report from the police regarding filing the case and has asked to reply by june 21.

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