David Richardson, chief executive of the International Criminal Court, said the maximum possible security measures would be taken at this year’s Cricket World Cup in England. In addition to the cricket player during the World Cup, the ICC official told officials, officials, visitors, fans and others to provide flawless security. The company’s top official told the media that it would not show any relaxation in other issues before security.
Recently, Bangladeshi cricket team members traveling to New Zealand have survived a bit of the terrorist attack on Christchurch. About 50 people were killed in a mosque outside the Hagi Oval stadium in Christchurch during Friday prayers. At the time, there was no official or anyone else in charge of the security of Bangladeshi cricketers in the area. After the incident, a question was asked about the safety of the coming events of the ICC. Especially before the World Cup in England. In the meantime, questions were raised from various quarters about the current security situation, taking into account the current global situation.
“The New Zealand incident has surprised many,” said David Richardson, a senior official at the International Criminal Court (ICC), which means there is no room for security in the coming days, especially at the next World Cup.
The World Cup will be held from May 30 to July 14. As the Organization’s governing body, the ICC must monitor the security problem. “We have completed the necessary planning work, with every security agency in England and the security director of the World Cup, all of this together,” Richardson said in a statement. There will be no error in all attempts to ensure maximum security in the room. Even after the special situation appears, we will rearrange our plans.