The Ju0026K cricket team will hold the camp in Baroda: Irfan Pathan

KOLKATA: The Jammu and Kashmir The cricket team will have their camp in Baroda starting Thursday as they prepare for this year's national season. The measure comes in light of the developments in Srinagar that saw the players who were asked to leave the Valley for security reasons. Former all-terrain of India Irfan Pathan who is now the mentor-coach of the team confirmed the development.

For today all the boys have gathered in Jammu. There are 27 of them, half of Jammu and the other half of Kashmir. We had a meeting and decided that we would give an advertisement on television, on a local Kashmir channel. Then, from there, the boys gathered in Jammu and the camp will take place in Baroda, Irfan said.

The camp will take place in Motibag Cricket Ground in Baroda since Thursday.

The national season is underway with the Duleep Trophy . It will be followed by the Vijay Hazare national trophy, which is over fifty years old. The league round of Ranji Trophy It is scheduled to begin on December 9.

La agitación en Jammu and Kashmir también ha visto a la Asociación de Cricket suspender todas las actividades de cricket.

Speaking to IANS, a senior JKCA official had confirmed the same thing last month and said that due to security reasons, players were asked to leave the place.

The army had previously issued a security warning asking tourists and pilgrims from Amarnath to leave the valley.

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