Bollywood extra Shilpa Shetty, who is a co-owner of Rajasthan Royals Indian Premier League (IPL) team, said aggregation owners don't owe an account for bottomward Pakistani players from bargain for the third division of the Twenty20 matches."We don't owe an account on our accommodation on Pakistani players. The affidavit for bottomward are barefaced in the accepted scenario. We would like the media and the bodies to acknowledge to such situations added sensibly," Shilpa told reporters here.She additionally said that the franchisees couldn't accommodate for the aegis of the Pakistan players and appropriately absitively adjoin behest for them in the auction."We capital the players to be in the country and at that point of time we were added afraid about security. We did not appetite to booty onus for their security," she said.Shilpa forth with Preity Zinta, co-owner of Kings XI Punjab team, IPL arch Lalit Modi and adumbrative of added franchises were acclamation a columnist appointment actuality afterwards a amalgamation amid IPL and an ball TV approach for column bout coverage."They accept aloof sensationalised the issue. We appeal the country to collectively handle the bearings sensibly," said Preity.Modi said: "There is no cabal adjoin Pakistani players."