Moreover IPL has collected the players from different cricket paying country except England. But after visiting and an informal meeting, IPL commissioner Latit Modi became success to collect some English players. IPL had to face a contradiction because of time schedule. The month April is the season of English country Cricket. So, English players do not feel interest to join IPL.
The auction is within the scope of the IPL's rules, which specify that "if more than one franchise is interested in a particular player, the DLF IPL may hold a further auction to determine which franchise will sign that player."
However, the kind of money to be put up this time is unlikely to be anywhere near the first auction, on February 20, which raked in US$42 million. Lalit Modi, the IPL commissioner, confirmed to Cricinfo that franchises will have to follow the original purchase cap of US$5 million.
The public sell will be followed some rules on 11 march. You can see more rules by visiting the links.