Former Indian captain Virat Kohli has been offered a spot in the Kashmir Premier League (KPL), a T20 format major cricketing event aimed at boosting Kashmir’s importance and skill on the international stage.
Virat Kohli to Play Kashmir Premier League
KPL President Arif Malik stated in a statement that Virat Kohli will receive a formal invitation, but it will be up to him whether to play in the league or participate as a special guest.
He emphasized that the KPL is conveying a global message of peace.
“We want Indian cricketers in the league and want to use cricket to ease tensions on both sides,” Arif Malik remarked.
He stated that the league’s primary goal is to promote cricket and provide facilities to players in the region.
The KPL is in full swing, according to Malik, and the second season will be staged in Muzaffarabad Stadium, just like the first.
The big tournament will begin on August 1st and conclude on Pakistan’s 75th Independence Day (on August 14th).
“In addition to the KPL, cricket fans will be treated to a fantasy league in which clubs from Muzaffarabad and Srinagar will compete online.” “We want to bring individuals from both sides together to convey the message of peace,” Malik continued.