Shahid Afridi News: Why is Shahid Afridi in tension with IPL? Said- Pakistan will suffer, what India does not do

Pakistan is in turmoil after the Indian Premier League (IPL) received revenue of Rs 48,390 crore for media rights for five years. The turmoil increased when the Board of Control for Cricket in India secretary Jay Shah said that the IPL will officially get a window of two and a half months in the ICC FTP, so that players from other countries can take part in the tournament comfortably.

After getting the window in ICC’s FTP, it means that Pakistan’s bilateral series can also be affected. This has shocked Pakistan. When Shahid Afridi was asked on this, he not only considered India’s iron, but said that Pakistan would be harmed by it. He said in an interview – This will bring down the market and the economy (of Pakistan). The biggest (cricket) market is India. Whatever they say will happen.

It is noteworthy that due to terrorist activities, Pakistani cricketers have been banned from playing in the IPL. On the other hand, cricketers from all over the world earn crores from the biggest cricket league in the world.

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Now let us tell what Jai Shah had said after all. 94 matches will be played in IPL in 2027. Regarding its management and its impact on international cricket, Shah had said, “It is an aspect that we have worked on. Let us tell you that from the next ICC FTP calendar, the IPL will have an official window of two and a half months, so that all the top international cricketers can participate. We have discussed with various boards as well as ICC.

He said, ‘Indian cricket will be strong as long as world cricket is strong. I assure you this. BCCI is committed to international cricket and it is not just about big series like India vs Australia or India vs England, we are committed to playing smaller countries as well. All bilateral international commitments will be respected in all formats. We are playing two T20 Internationals against Ireland this month.