There was no decision in the teleconference of the IPL owners regarding the Corona virus epidemic. 114 cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in India while two have died. All foreign visas have been put on hold till April 15, while BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has indicated for a shorter IPL.
New Delhi. The owners of the eight IPL franchise teams were not decided on Monday during the teleconference as there has been no change in the last 48 hours regarding the corona virus epidemic around the country and the world.
IPL-13 was earlier scheduled to start from March 29 but has now been suspended till April 15.
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There have been 114 cases of Kovid-19 reported in India, while two have died.
All foreign visas have been put on hold till April 15, while BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has indicated for a shorter IPL. An IPL franchise owner said, “There was no concrete discussion in today’s meeting.”
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The situation has not changed in the last 48 hours, so it is too early to talk about organizing the IPL, “he said.” We have to adopt a policy of watch and wait. We will keep holding such conference meetings on a weekly basis to take stock of the situation.