Pakistan Cricket Board has suggested India to include Pakistani players in order to raise the popularity of Indian Premiere League. Executive Committee Chairman Najam Sethi said that IPL is losing popularity due to corruption and other allegations. More than half of the stadiums remained empty this time in most of the matches.
According to details, Pakistani cricketers could not get the chance to participate in IPL after its 1st edition due to stressed relations between the two countries. Now PCB has said once again to India to give chance to Pakistani players in the event. Najam Sethi said that graph of Indian league is down as fans are not taking interest due to corruption and other allegations. In most of the matches of current events, half of the stadiums remained empty. He said that now the only way for BCCI to increase the graph of IPL is to include Pakistani players in the next edition. He said price of their players is more than Australian and English players.
He added that he will talk about this matter during his next visit to India. On replying a question, Najam said that it will be a good decision if Indian Board releases its cricketers to play PSL. He said 8 series against India are scheduled which will be held this year or next year. He is expecting good revenue from these series. Both the cricket boards are ready and are only waiting for permission from government.