By Jaideep Vaidya

Please note: This is a humorous piece – pure fiction.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Zaka Ashraf recently suggested the christening of future India-Pakistan series as the Jinnah-Gandhi Trophy, after the two most revered figures in both countries — Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Mahatma Gandhi.

However, the suggestion wasn’t taken too kindly by some former and current cricketers and officials from India and Pakistan. CricketCountry managed to capture the animated discussion on Ashraf’s Facebook wall:

Pakistan & India should play for Jinnah-Gandhi Trophy, says Zaka Ashraf!

(Jaideep Vaidya is a multiple sports buff and Editorial Consultant at CricketCountry. He has a B.E. in Electronics Engineering, but that isn’t fooling anybody. He started writing on sports during his engineering course and fell in love with it. The best day of his life came on April 24, 1998, when he witnessed birthday boy Sachin Tendulkar pummel a Shane Warne-speared Aussie attack from the stands during the Sharjah Cup Final. A diehard Manchester United fan, you can follow him on Twitter @jaideepvaidya. He also writes a sports blog – The Mullygrubber )