Many questions are always asked about the participation of Indian players in overseas T20 leagues. Players contracted to BCCI are not allowed to play in any other league. Indian players have to retire directly if they want to play in this league. Now BCCI is likely to take a big decision on this whole matter.
Currently Indian players are not allowed to play in any league in the world. Indian players have to stay away from all forms of Indian cricket if they want to play in foreign leagues. These players are eligible to play abroad only after announcing their retirement in international, domestic and IPL cricket. In the past two years, many young cricketers have started playing for the US after retiring from Indian cricket. Also, some international Indian players have also taken early retirement and started playing in other leagues.
It is said that BCCI is preparing to take a big decision against this background. BCCI may introduce a cooling period to prevent Indian players from playing in other leagues immediately after retirement. In this, players can participate in this league only after a certain period after retirement. This issue has been discussed in the annual meeting of BCCI held in Mumbai. However, the final decision in this regard will be taken by BCCI President Roger Binny and Secretary Jai Shah.
While all these discussions are going on, former Indian cricketer Ambati Rayudu, who recently retired from IPL and international cricket, has withdrawn from the upcoming Major League Cricket tournament in America.
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