Sourav Ganguly gives big update on IPL organization in a situation where it is not growing fast.


Bangla Hunt Desk: Corona epidemic has started since last year. The world’s most popular T20 league, the “Indian Premier League”, was held in the United Arab Emirates last season instead of India last season. However, this year the BCCI is going to organize the IPL in the country. That preparation has already been completed by the BCCI. However, the corona virus is slowly spreading in India again. Although the corona vaccine has been discovered in India.

Most of the IPL matches this year are in Mumbai. That is why most of the IPL teams have already started their preparations in Mumbai. On the other hand, the corona virus has been on the rise in Mumbai for the past few weeks. Cricketers, including some of the support staff associated with the 14th edition of the IPL, have already contracted the corona virus. In such a situation, many have demanded to postpone the IPL.

This time BCCI President Sourav Ganguly opened his mouth in this regard. Sourav Ganguly has directly stated that there is no possibility of IPL being closed. There is no question of postponing the IPL. He said that corona infections are on the rise across the country at the moment, especially in Mumbai. And the BCCI is keeping an eye on all these. At the same time, the BCCI has taken appropriate measures to ensure that no staff and cricketers associated with the IPL are affected by Corona. That is why there is no possibility of IPL being postponed.