New Delhi: There was a strong response from Pakistan after the Indian government took steps on the Kashmir issue. Apart from the politicians of Pakistan, the players there also fiercely raged against India. On behalf of Pakistan, Shahid Afridi has been very vocal about this issue and has given many controversial statements. Now, Afridi feels Sri Lanka cricketers, who are not willing to tour Pakistan for the limited-overs series, have taken this decision due to pressure from Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises. As per Afridi, IPL franchises have told the Sri Lankan players that they won't be given any contract if they play in Pakistan Super League (PSL) or go to Pakistan to play international cricket
It should be known that before Afridi, Pakistan's ministers have also made similar absurd statements. Pakistan minister Fawad Hussain Chaudhary had claimed that the Sri Lankan team's big players are not coming to Pakistan due to pressure from India. However, Sri Lankan Sports Minister Harin Fernando termed the statement as false. The Sri Lankan Cricket Board said on Thursday that despite the possibility of a terrorist attack on the players, their team would visit Pakistan for a six-match series, Sri Lanka Cricket Secretary Mohan DeSilva said that he would be asked by the Ministry of Defense to visit Pakistan. Every kind of approval has been received. There has been no international series in Pakistan for a long time.
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