India govt threatens foreign players to withdraw from Kashmir Premier League

In response to Indian pressure, English players have pulled out of the Kashmir Premier League (KPL). India has threatened the English and Welsh Cricket Board (ECB) that they will suspend their players from playing in their country if they let them travel to Pakistan for the KPL. Moreover, Sri Lanka’s Dilshan and South Africa’s Herschelle Gibbs were told that the KPL would now only have local players.

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Meanwhile, the KPL management took note of this decision and decided not to include any foreign players. Muzaffarabad Tigers owner Arshad Khan Tanoli confirmed, against all odds, Dilshan will play for Muzaffarabad Tigers in KPL. Additionally, KPL has opened up a list of local players once again, and they will replace all foreigners. Kashmir Premier League is set for August 6-16 in Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir.

Source: Bol News