Match-fixing and spot-fixing - determining the outcome of a specific part of a game rather than the overall result - have stained Pakistan sport for several years.
Like almost the entire sporting schedule around the world, cricket has been halted by the pandemic, with no return date set in stone.
England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison had earlier volunteered to take a 25 per cent pay cut.
IPL is scheduled to start on April 15, the day after India's three-week lockdown is due to end and two months before restrictions on Australians travelling overseas could be lifted.
All cricket has been stopped as New Zealand undergoes a four-week COVID-19 lockdown.
That followed his announcement on Tuesday of the ECB's £61 million ($76 million) aid package in response to the "once in a generation" challenge of COVID-19.
But the sight of a D/L target soon became a familiar feature on cricket scoreboards around the world.
All domestic cricket in England has been postponed until May 28 at the earliest, with the West Indies series still scheduled to start on June 4.
Shahid Afridi's appeal for donations to help people affected by the deadly virus in Pakistan has had overwhelming support from leading cricketers.
In a social media video posted on Tuesday, the 29-year-old said he would be posting the jersey, signed by all members of the World Cup-winning squad, on eBay.
But Harrison, who earns an annual salary of some £720,000, said he would be joining administrators in other sports by taking a wage reduction.
Steve Smith's two-year leadership ban over his part in the ball-tampering scandal during a Test in Cape Town in 2018 expired this week.
The largely well-received documentary has also been accused of being a public relations exercise given Cricket Australia had editorial control.
The International Cricket Council and others have hailed the efforts of the 36-year-old as he hits the streets of India in his role as an officer of the law.
Part of his punishment included a further year-long exile from any leadership role, which has now expired.