Home Ministry took this major decision in three phases after Lockdown 4

There has not been any slight reduction in the cases of Coronavirus, but rather its speed has increased. Despite this, the Home Ministry has decided to gradually open the whole country in three phases after lockdown 4.

This decision of the Ministry of Home Affairs has increased the expectation of cricket lovers and experts to organize the Indian Premier League (IPL). After the new order of the Home Ministry, the expectations of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are also tied.

Games will start in the third phase

The Ministry of Home Affairs has said that after the end of Lockdown 4.0, it will gradually start everything in three phases. Sports activities are also to be started in the third phase. The Home Ministry has said that according to the assessment of the situation, a decision will be taken to restart things in the third phase. In this phase, along with sports, programs of air travel, gym, swimming pool, social, political and entertainment will be started. In this, if a large number of people will be allowed to gather at one place, then spectators will also be able to go to the stadium.

BCCI said, positive initiative

Treasurer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Arun Dhumal told that this is a positive initiative. He said that if foreign travel starts again and sports activities are allowed, then we can make future plans. The BCCI has said that they are not in a position to start the IPL by the end of the monsoon, but it can be done by the end of September.

After the decision on T20 World Cup, the decision on IPL will be made

The BCCI said that the future of the IPL depends on the program of the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia. Let us know that the T20 World Cup is to be held in Australia in October-November. The BCCI will take a decision on postponing or organizing it after the ICC meeting on June 10. The World Cup will be decided in this ICC meeting.


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