Just before a Pro Kabaddi League’s third auction could start, Minister of Youth Affairs and Sport Vijay Goel asserted that no actor from Pakistan will be authorised to contest during a marquee event. “They (organisers) can call them though they can’t make them play. Even if they are selected, it is a Government of India that will confirm either they are authorised or not. Unless Pakistan gets absolved of terrorism, it is unfit to play with Pakistan,” he told reporters.
A sum of 10 players from Pakistan were combined to a list of players in a auction – including former Waseem Sajjad, former Patna Pirates defender who had even skippered a patrol in a few matches over mixed seasons. Subsequently, during a auction, nothing of a 12 franchises put adult a bid for any of a possibilities from a beside nation.
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