The committee also decided to send a letter to the International Cricket Council(ICC). The letter will raise concerns about the security of the players at the 2019 World Cup.
However, the CoA gave no indication that India will pull out of the June 16 World Cup in Manchester. The association is in touch with Pakistan on the matter, confirmed Rai.
It said CoA would individually urge ICC members to “sever ties with any nation that is a terrorist hub”.
Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly and senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh had earlier suggested that India should severe all sporting ties with Pakistan.
Meanwhile, cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar stated that India should not hand over points to Pakistan by boycotting the game. He advocated continued shunning of bilateral cricket ties.