Indian Premier League (IPL) is the best T20 league in the world. All the big international players participate in the tournament, but the BCCI doesn’t allow Indian cricketers to play in other leagues.

Former Pakistan cricketer Kamran Akmal has lauded the BCCI for not allowing its players to compete in other leagues.

During his conversation on a YouTube channel, ‘Nadir Ali podcast,’ Kamran was asked by the anchor whether Indian players should be allowed to play in the Pakistan Super League.

Kamran, who played for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2008, said, “No.”

“Indian players shouldn’t play in the Pakistan Super League. The Indian board is doing the right thing as their players play the Indian Premier League for two months, and then there is a lot of international cricket. The players are financially strong and don’t need more money,” he added.

“PCB can learn from India and prolong the careers of players. They have 14 to 15 players who have played over a hundred Test matches, while we have just two or three such players. They value their players,” he added.

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