The day after 88 outstation cricketers enrolled with the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association TNCA keeping in mind the end goal to play in the Tamil Nadu Premier League TNPL, the BCCI has shot a letter to TNCA saying that outstation cricketers can't play in an alliance keep running by a state affiliation. It is one of the best event. On Friday, BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary looked for a clarification from TNCA, and has likewise joined the minutes of a working advisory group meeting that managed the issue a couple of years prior.
The BCCI have made it clear that their stand continues as before: state affiliations can't permit outstation players in their T20 classes. "A letter has been sent alongside minutes of a BCCI working advisory group choice from a couple of years back which plainly says that outstation players won't be permitted in state affiliation T20 alliance. They will sit tight for TNCA reaction now yet BCCI stands continues as before as previously", BCCI official educated. Top players like Suresh Raina, Yusuf Pathan, Manoj Tiwary, Sanju Samson and numerous other youthful players, who played IPL have enrolled with one of the TNCA's association group so as to play in TNPL.