The BCCI has taken the best decision by postponing the tournament. No one should be killed due to IPL.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India is meeting today to organize the Indian Premier League. It called on all franchise team owners participating in the tournament to join.
Prior to this meeting, Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia said that the safety of fans and players comes first. Talking to Sportstar, he said, “You cannot compromise the safety of the fans and the players. The BCCI has taken a great decision by postponing the tournament. No one should be killed because of the IPL.”
“The government has taken a great decision to ban public gathering. In the meeting, I would like to suggest that the situation should be closely monitored in the next two weeks only after that a decision should be taken. Do not compromise your life Can. If things do not go well in the first week of April, then a tough decision will need to be taken. ”
“It will be better to regret later that we should be safe. We need to be safe and careful. It is necessary to take all measures.”
On Friday, the BCCI decided to postpone the IPL event till 15 April. The board made it clear that the risk of coronavirus is constantly increasing and it would be better not to hold the tournament at this time. We will keep an eye on the situation in the next few weeks, only then a decision will be taken to hold the IPL.