Whenever there is talk of the biggest and famous T20 league in the world of cricket, then the name of the Indian Premier League organized by BCCI definitely comes in it. The name of this league is one of the richest cricket leagues in the world, in which not only Indian but also foreign players want to play. Players not only get a lot of money by playing in IPL, but players also hone their talent by performing in international level tournaments. Since the inception of the IPL, the players of the Indian team have grown in stature and their performance in every department of the game has also improved. Meanwhile, T20 leagues of this format were also started to promote women's cricket in Australia and England and proved to be quite successful.

Like India, Big Bash League in Australia, Pakistan Super League in Pakistan, Caribbean Premier League in West Indies, Lanka Premier League in Sri Lanka, Dhaka Premier League in Bangladesh were introduced, although only Australia has introduced Women's Big Bash League for women cricketers. When organized, the ECB introduced The Hundred for Women. Its advantage was also seen in women's cricket and now this format is also being liked a lot among the fans.

In view of whether India will lag behind Pakistan, there has been a long-standing demand for the introduction of women's Indian Premier League in India, so that a pool of fresh and talented players can be created in Indian women's cricket, which can be seen in the coming days. To make women's cricket to the heights in time. Indian team captain Harmanpreet Kaur has made it clear on several occasions that the time has come when the BCCI should think about the women's IPL. If he wants, he can start it with 6 teams. Although the BCCI still organizes a Women's Challenger Trophy every year in the name of Women's IPL, in which 3 women's teams play as a tri-series. All these matches are conducted between knockout games.

While the BCCI is delaying the decision to organize the women's IPL, on the other hand, the newly elected chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Rameez Raja, is preparing to start the Pakistan Super League for women soon. During a recent interview, Rameez Raja clarified that he is preparing a complete draft for women's PSL by the end of next year, so that we can start this tournament from 2023. We want to be the first country in Asia to organize a T20 league for women and are committed to it. In such a situation, the question arises whether India will be behind Pakistan in organizing the women's league and if so, then what is the problem facing India in organizing the tournament.