In the Recent Incidents, following the row between Pakistan Cricket Board and Afridi which ended by both parties making way for each other. Afridi dropped the case against the Board and PCB in response gave the NOC to Afridi to play for English County.
"We took the decision at an informal meeting of 18-20 members that no Indian cricketer will be given permission to take part in the league as it is being organised by a private party based in Singapore," BCCI President Shashank Manohar told the Press Trust of India news agency.
"The Board’s policy is not to allow players to take part in private party-organised tournaments.
"We have already informed Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) about it."