The Indian Premier League (IPL), which was set to begin on March 29, has been delayed to mid-April starting at now following the huge risk because of widespread disease by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Previously there were speculations around the IPL occurring with no live audiences for the match following the Indian Government’s choice to not permit the mass social events as a prudent step.
Additionally, on Friday, the Delhi Government likewise cleared that they won’t have the IPL matches this season which muddled things. The Government had additionally maintained all the remote visas until April 15 which had placed the support of the abroad cricketers in question.
Remembering all the repercussions, the BCCI office-bearers, President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah met at the board’s head office in Mumbai on Friday. What’s more, an official conclusion was taken and it has been comprehended that their operations and logistics have definitely supported them to come up with this final choice.
As per various news sources, it is affirmed that the deferment will just offer time to the BCCI to reconsider the entire circumstances as other leagues such as the Asia XI-World XI series were postponed by the Bangladesh Cricket Board while the Road Safety World Series was called off on Thursday.
The board is probably going to start the league considering the situations that will prevail in the future in the nation identified with the Coronavirus cases.