The drafting for the KPL Season 2 will take place after Eid-ul-Adha
Jammu Janbaz, a new franchise, has also been introduced to the competition, KPL President Arif Malik announced on Sunday. This indicates that there will be a total of seven teams in the second KPL season.
Sources claim that the PCB requested the identities of the participating athletes as well as the administrators' and authorities' contact information.
Additionally, the PCB has requested the KPL season one audited income and expense financial documents.
Four franchises, the Muzaffarabad Tigers, Bagh Stallions, Rawalakot Hawks, and Mirpur Royals, had previously urged the PCB to withhold its NOC for the KPL's second season, which had caused controversy.