The reports also said the ICC had confirmed the caps were allowed as part of a charity fundraising effort.
Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ehsan Mani had also objected the move and said that he has "strongly taken up the matter with the ICC". "There is absolutely no misunderstanding in the ICC about our position". "It's just not cricket", he said on his official Twitter account. "Their (India) credibility in the cricketing world has gone down very badly".
"There should not be any ambiguity as we are taking this very strongly. We have chose to donate our match fees to the National Defence Fund", India captain Virat Kohli was quoted as saying during the toss.
"The Army cap is to pay respect to the martyrs of the Pulwama attack and their families". "All the players have chose to donate their match fees from this particular game to the National Defence Fund".
The Indian cricket team had worn the camouflage caps during its match against Australia on Friday "as (a) mark of tribute to the loss of lives in Pulwama terror attack and the armed forces". "So this is a very special cap and a very special game indeed".
In 2014, England's Moeen Ali was banned by the ICC from wearing wristbands that showed the slogans "Save Gaza" and "Free Palestine" during a Test match against India.
In the past, the ICC has reprimanded or banned global players for showing off their political sentiments in matches. In 2017, the South Africa leg-spinner Imran...
"We want the ICC to take similar sort of action against the Indians".
PCB alleged that the BCCI took permission from the ICC for some other goal and used it to do something else.
"We have been in touch with ICC from day one, sent one letter already and another is being followed up in next 12 hours".
"This is the second that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has tried to use cricket for politics". The two cricket boards had been at loggerheads for some time and after the attack, the relationship between the two boards took another hitting.
Last month, BCCI had asked the International Cricket Council (ICC) to "sever ties with countries from which terrorism emanates" following the Pulwama attack where 40 CRPF jawans were killed in a suicide attack, the responsibility of which was taken by Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed.