The IPL 2020 has already been postponed by the BCCI but there is still a cloud of doubt over whether it will be a league or not.
IPL 2020 has already been postponed by the Cricket Board of India (BCCI) due to Coronavirus (COVID 19), but the fate of this league is still not decided whether this league will be held this year or not? In this regard, the statement issued by the Sports Ministry said that the situation of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League will not happen and will be clear on April 15.
Let the BCCI postpone the IPL from March 29 to April 15, but Sports Minister Kiran Rijiju has said that whether IPL 2020 will happen this time or not will be decided on April 15, when the Indian government’s coronavirus New advisory will be released for The Sports Minister has said that the BCCI can take a decision on matters of cricket, but the decision has to be taken by the government for the people of the country.
Advisory will be released on April 15
Kiran Rijiju has said, “As per the coronavirus conditions new advisory and guidelines of the central government will be released on April 15. The BCCI can only watch cricket, not the Olympic Games, but the matter here is not related to anyone sport, but It is related to the safety of citizens. There will be thousands of spectators in an event. So it is not just about any sport, but the country. ”
The BCCI had earlier put IPL on hold till 15 April. At the same time, on March 11, the Indian government issued an advisory that they would not give visas to India to any foreign national, because the visa policy would be closed due to Coronavirus. If this is the case, then even foreign players cannot come to India by 15 April and starting IPL is almost impossible from 15 April. Even some countries have banned foreign travel of their citizens, including Australia, England, and New Zealand.