I don't want any politics in my game, says Parvez Rasool
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"Of all the hair brained stupid ideas to now suggest that Parvez Rasool had to be foisted on the Indian Cricket Team is deeply insulting," Abdullah had said.
Meanwhile, the cricketer thanked his supporters for the "warm welcome" he received on his arrival here.
"Thank you all for such a warm welcome at Srinagar airport. Receiving Love and recognition from fans, family and friends in Kashmir is an incredible experience :)," he wrote on Facebook.