ICC has taken action against the former Indian captain
India's wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni has, reportedly, landed in trouble over sporting the insignia of Indian Para Special Forces on his wicketkeeping gloves.
According to reports in Indian media, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has asked Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to ensure that Dhoni does not wear such gloves in upcoming matches of the ongoing ICC World Cup in England and Wales.
Back in February 2019, the former Indian captain and the rest of the Indian team wore the army-style caps before they took the field against Australia in an ODI game, inorder to honour India’s fallen army personnel in the Pulwama terror attack.
On Wednesday during the round-robin World Cup match between India and South Africa, Dhoni was spotted sporting the regimental dagger insignia on his gloves as a sign of respect for the Indian Army once again.