The cricket board of West Indies has recently asked Jason Holder to come back to his country as he has recently signed a contract to his cricket board which says that he would serve to his nation first and all the international tours will be happen by the permission of the West Indian Cricket Board. Therefore, he has been called back and asked not to play in PSL. He was unable to get a NOC (No Objection Certificate) from his cricket board therefore he was disallowed to play PSL. Holder was in the Quetta Gladiators but three days ago he has been asked to leave the league as he is a contractual player therefore he must serve his country first.
Jason Holder is the West Indies captain of test and ODIs therefore responsibility of the whole team lies on him, said by the the chief executive of West Indian Cricket Board and the country also going to play a league of 50 overs which would start at the same time when PSL is going to happen. And in the own home league Holder was supposed to be the captain of one of the team but he went to play PSL which was against the contract which he had already signed with the cricket board, that is why he is being called to play his country league first. Quetta Gladiators were a bit disappointed on the loss of Holder but they are happy as Sri Lankan players Thisara Parera is there for his replacement. So the loss cannot be felt a huge as Parera has best in his playing and recently played series with New Zealand. He has been a wonderful all rounder of Sri Lanka which would now play PSL and picked up in Quetta Gladiators in place on Jason Holder.