New Delhi: The season of IPL 2021 has gone to Corona. On Tuesday, the BCCI has been suspended due to Corona’s havoc. In the Corona era, questions were being raised about the conduct of the IPL. Players were constantly withdrawing from IPL-14. At the same time, most of the players were not in favor of playing IPL tournament under such risky conditions.
When will the remaining 31 IPL matches be played?
During the Corona transition period, the BCCI cited strong ‘bio-bubble’, after which only 29 matches could be successfully conducted, but now IPL 2021 has been postponed indefinitely due to Corona virus. According to the information, the remaining 31 matches of the IPL can be held after the T20 World Cup this year.
IPL suspended indefinitely
IPL league chairman Brijesh Patel said, ‘The tournament has been suspended indefinitely. We will try to organize this competition in the next available time, but this month there is no such possibility. ‘ The announcement was made after Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra were found to be Kovid-19 positive.
Rajiv Shukla gave this statement
BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla said, ‘We will see if we can get any suitable time for the IPL event later in the year. It may be September, but for now it will only be speculation. The situation as of now is that we are not organizing the tournament.
Corona had entered the IPL
Earlier on Monday, Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L Balaji and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) bowlers Sandeep Warriors and Varun Chakraborty’s tests also came positive. Earlier, two IPL matches were postponed due to increased infection.
Delhi ground workers found positive
The tournament started on April 9 and it was progressing smoothly till the case was found in KKR. Also, some field workers of Ferozeshah Kotla ground in Delhi were found positive. Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) President Rohan Jaitley, however, said that none of the field workers was the one who was given the responsibility on the field.
Players were withdrawing from IPL league
A few days ago, three Australian players withdrew from the league due to concerns of Kovid-19. Due to Kovid-19, the IPL was organized in the bio-safe environment in the UAE in 2020. Then there were only a few cases of infection before the tournament. More than three lakh cases are being reported in India every day, while more than 3000 people are dying every day.