IPL 2021: BCCI’s big decision, these special spectators will be allowed to watch the match in the stadium


new Delhi: There are some hours left to start on the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 14). Before the IPL this year, the BCCI has announced that spectators will not be allowed to enter the arena this year due to the growing havoc of Corona Virus. However on Friday, the newly formed Divyang Cricket Council (DDCI) officials will get to see the first match.

BCCI decided

Giving information in a statement, the DCCI said, “This year, we will see the opening ceremony of the IPL for the first time as a member of the Divyang Cricket Council. BCCI Secretary Jai Shah has invited DCCI officials to watch the first match of IPL. We will be involved in any event of BCCI for the first time. DCCI President GK Mahantesh said, ‘We are thankful to Jai Shah who invited us to attend the opening ceremony of the world’s largest T20 tournament. He has been promoting Divyang cricket since the beginning.

DCCI (DDCI) Secretary Ravi Chauhan told that five members of the council will participate in the ceremony which will go as the representative of thousands of cricketers.

Please tell that in this IPL, apart from the audience, the press has also not been allowed to come and report in the field. This decision was also taken due to Corona virus. On Thursday, more than 1 lakh corona cases have been found in the entire country.

Whose pan will be heavy today

Today, both these teams are to compete in the first match of IPL 2021. There is no doubt that the team of Mumbai is stronger than any other team in the IPL and even today the chances of winning are more from this team. But RCB too is now full of star players. This team has become stronger with the inclusion of Glenn Maxwell.


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