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League chairman Brijesh Patel said in a statement to the press that the tournament has been suspended indefinitely. However, it has also been said that when the right time comes, there will be an attempt to hold the tournament back.
The IPL (Indian Premier League) tournament, which has been running for the last few weeks, has been postponed for an indefinite time. The board itself has shared this information through a press statement and social media account. Today, on Tuesday, the IPL Governing Council (IPL GC) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took this decision in an emergency meeting. The board has been forced to do so because, in the last few days, many players from more than one team and some people from the management have turned out to be Covid-19 Positive. At present, there is no information on when the tournament will start back, but the board has said in its statement that the players are being sent back to their homes.
It has been decided to suspend the IPL amidst the growing threat of Coronavirus. The board also made it through the Twitter handle of the IPL. Has announced. This step has been taken in the last few days after the players and management people of many teams came to Kovid-19 positive. Due to this, the match on Monday was also postponed and the news of the postponement of today's match was also reported that suddenly the board postponed the tournament (postpone).
League chairman Brijesh Patel said in a statement to the press that the tournament has been suspended indefinitely. It has also been said that when the right time comes, there will be an attempt to hold the tournament back. However, it has also been made clear that this is not likely in May. Let us know that on Monday the Corona Test results of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) bowling coach L Balaji (Lakshmipathy Balaji) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Sandeep Warrier and Varun Chakravarthy came positive. , Due to which two IPL matches were postponed and on Tuesday, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra were also found to be COVID-19 positive.
Amidst this epidemic and tragedy, people were criticizing the conduct of the IPL, but the BCCI said that they had created a strong 'bio-bubble', after which 29 matches were successfully conducted. However, this strong bio-bubble has also failed in the face of this epidemic and now many players are in danger.
UPDATE: The Indian Premier League Governing Council (IPL GC) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in an emergency meeting has unanimously decided to postpone IPL 2021 season with immediate effect.— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 4, 2021
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