Activists of ultra right-wing Hindu Sena or Hindu Army shout slogans demanding cancellation of the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy cricket match between India and Pakistan scheduled to be played on June 4 in Birmingham, England, during a protest in New Delhi, India, Saturday, June 3, 2017. The protesters, who propagate an extremely ultra Hindu nationalist view, demand that India cut off all ties with Pakistan. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri) Indian cricket fans urged Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to boycott World Cup 2019 match against Pakistan scheduled in Manchester, England this year. According to the sources, Indian fans and some of the former cricketers asked BCCI to boycott the World Cup 2019 match against Pakistan schedule in Manchester, England on June 16, 2019 after a suicide bomber killed 44 members of the Indian paramilitary police in Pulwama, Kashmir last week. Meanwhile, International Cricket Council (ICC) said that Pakistan-India World Cup clash will be discussed on the sidelines of ICC meeting, which will be held in Delhi from February 27. On contrary, BCCI in a statement said that nothing can ban Pakistan from the upcoming World Cup to be held in England in May this year.