The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is keen to start domestic cricket once the situation around the world returns to normal. As a result of the new rules of the Indian Cricket Board, questions have been raised about the coaching career of Bengal head coach Arun Lal.
The BCCI wants all those involved in domestic cricket to be physically fit. And so according to the board's new directive, all people over the age of 60 who are struggling with lung problems, diabetes or low immunity cannot be associated with any camp. Umpires, coaches and support staff are all covered by this rule.
All of these individuals can easily spread the infection to other people. And this is the reason why no one can be associated with any camp without government instructions. As a result of this new guideline of the board, the coaching career of Bengal coach Arunlal is in question. Because he's already 65 years old.