The crisis on IPL 2020 has deepened due to Coronavirus. The latest crisis has been the availability of foreign players. In fact, due to Coronavirus, the Indian government has cancelled all the visas till April 15. In such a situation, questions arising in how will foreign players come to India for IPL 2020?
Visa Cancelled Due To Coronavirus
Let me tell you, preparations for IPL 2020 have completed and it is to start from March 29. As the risk of coronavirus increases, it feared that the event will be launched at the right time or will cancel? However, it will decide on March 14.
The IPL Governing Council scheduled to meet on that day, the biggest issue of which is the impact of Coronavirus on IPL matches. Earlier, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope has said that the IPL 2020 should organize later due to the growing threat of Coronavirus across the country. BCCI sources quoted saying that the dates will not change.
Maharashtra Health Minister’s Full Statement
Rajesh Tope is the leader of the Nationalist Congress Party or NCP, and the Uddhav government of Maharashtra has made him a health minister. Tope says that when large numbers of people gather at one place, there is a possibility of infectious diseases spreading rapidly. There is an official discussion on postponing IPL 2020, and an announcement will make soon. The Maharashtra minister’s statement comes at a time when the IPL is less than a month away from the start of 2020. Coronavirus.
A date will not be back and forth; it will cancel if the situation worsens
After this statement by Maharashtra Health Minister. BCCI sources quoted saying that the change in IPL dates is not possible. Because this schedule has made keeping in mind the international calendar of cricket. The BCCI is telling that the IPL will not carry forward. If the situation worsens by March 29, then the event will be cancelled.
Matches, But No Spectators?
The possibility of Coronavirus spreading. The proposal also made before the BCCI that matches should hold, but the audience not invited. That is, all viewers watch IPL on TV. However, BCCI has also denied this. Now the BCCI officials will monitor the situation till March 29. If the risk of corona increases, it will be cancelled.