The sky fell on the head of BCCI, a case was filed seeking huge compensation

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Bangla Hunt Desk: At this moment, the second wave of Corona has hit India. The number of corona infections is increasing every day. India is in turmoil in the second wave of Corona. In such a situation, the Board of Control for Cricket in India was forced to close the IPL in the middle. The BCCI has to face huge financial losses due to the closure of the IPL in the middle. But it doesn’t stop there, bigger cases have been filed against the BCCI.

The BCCI has put the country in danger by organizing the IPL in Corona. A public interest litigation has been filed in the Bombay High Court on the basis of the allegations. The case was filed by a lawyer named Bandana Shah. A public interest litigation has been filed seeking compensation of Rs 1,000 crore from the Indian Cricket Board. It is learned that all the compensation money will be used to deal with Corona in the government hospital.

The cricketers, coaches and supporting staff of one franchise after another are being attacked in the same way. That is why the Board of Control for Cricket in India and the IPL Governing Council held a joint meeting and announced the closure of the IPL on Tuesday. According to the Indian board, “I organized the IPL to give some joy to the people in this difficult situation. However, in the current situation, the lives of cricketers are more important than the IPL. Therefore, it has been decided to close the IPL so that they can reach their homes safely and be by the side of their loved ones during this difficult time. ”

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