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Pakistani players should not take part in ‘Indian-owned’ T10 league; says Faisal Javed

On Sunday, the ongoing Abu Dhabi T10 league was denounced by Senator Faisal Javed Khan, mentioning it a private league with biggest share of Indian businessmen and demoralize Pakistani players to take part in the occasion.

Faisal wrote in Tweet which is posted in his Twitter account that, “T10 is a private league – teams owned and chaired by Indian business men. All Pakistani stars and individuals have been removed from Indian projects. Our local players should not take part in this league. We should respect sentiments of people of our country as together we stand with Kashmir.”

This tweet seems to be the first public statement from any government official on the league as the No Objection Certificates (NOCs) granted to Pakistani players for the league was revoked by the PCB suddenly.

Upwards of 14 Pakistani players were drafted by various establishment for the competition.

The PCB, while denying the NOC, had refered to the players’ remaining burden and a wellness camp as the purpose behind the choice.

Be that as it may, questions were raised when non-contracted players like Shahid Afridi and Imran Nazir were additionally denied the NOC for the class. Simultaneously, a few players were permitted to take an interest in South Africa’s Mzansi Super League.

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