Indian Premier League Organizers Ignores Criticism
Board of Control for Cricket in India said minding the million of viewers in every set of the game which helps people entertained during this hard time, the Indian Premier League will still go on. After accused by the social media criticism “toned-deaf” Indian Premier League organizers ignores criticism.
IPL organisers reject criticism, say cricket lifts COVID gloom https://t.co/eL5me38rNg
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Senior BCCI Statements
” It’s probably more important now to hold IPL, when there is so much negativity around,” the official told Reuters, requesting anonymity.
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“We should not underestimate the power of sport to spread positivity. At least fans are absorbed in it at home. Otherwise many of them will step out without masks.
“The league generates considerable money for the economy. It has to be seen from that context too. How does stopping IPL help?”
BREAKING!!! @IPL COO Hemang Amin has written to all players & support staff assuring them of safe return home after the IPL ends.. also informs them of new bio-bubble rules & increase in tests..
— Baidurjo Bhose (@bbhose) April 27, 2021
Chief executive Hemang Amin sent email to eight franchises assuring Indian Premier League players inside the bio-secure bubble.
Hemang Amin : “In his mail to franchises, Amin said the BCCI was discussing all travel arrangements with government authorities.
“Rest assured that the tournament is not over for BCCI till each one of you has reached your home, safe and sound,”
IPL Go as Planned
Indian Premier League matches will go played as planned and it is scheduled everyday at different venues across all nation until May 23, 2021. Despite of global health crisis, BCCI believes that this league will help the India’s economy and India’s people as the league serve us temporary entertainment in the middle of this crisis.