MUMBAI Pakistan government has no reservations over sending its players to India and participate in the IPL, said Federal Minister for Sports Pir Aftab Hussain Shah Jillani on Thursday. We have no objection to our players participation in the IPL. The League is the BCCIs domestic tournament but it is recognised by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and hence we shall allow our players to play. In fact, the official permission has not yet been sought by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), he further added. However, when we are approached, a green signal from our end shall be forwarded to the foreign ministry. After terrorist attacks in Mumbai on November 26 last year, both the Pakistan and Indian governments had decided to wait till the matter is eased out and normalcy is restored. I think India is safe to visit now though the PCB would be responsible for the safety of our players in India, the minister added. The minister was non-committal about the Pakistan team playing World Cup in 2011. It is still time for the World Cup and our all matches are to be held in Sri Lanka and I see no problem in it. Pakistan will play semi-final and final in India, if they qualify, he added. Considering the PCB chairman Ijaz Butts close relations with the Pakistan government (his brother-in-law is the Federal Defence Minister), the formal government approval for the players participation is a foregone conclusion.