IPL 2022: Amidst increasing cases of corona infection, there is a cloud of crisis over the conduct of IPL. The BCCI is contemplating to organize the entire season of IPL 2022 in Maharashtra. can be taken. According to media reports, this time too the IPL can be organized without spectators in only one state, Maharashtra. A decision will be taken soon on whether the IPL will be played at the Wankhede Stadium, D.Y Patil Stadium, Brabourne Stadium and Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Maharashtra. After Maharashtra, the option of organizing IPL can be UAE.
Efforts are being made by the BCCI to organize IPL in the era of Corona epidemic. On January 5, BCCI Interim CEO and IPL Chief Operating Officer Hemang Amin approached MCA President Vijay Patil at the Apex Council meeting of the MCA. According to media reports, he has also met Sharad Pawar separately.
Sharad Pawar’s approval
Sharad Pawar has given his approval to BCCI’s proposal. The BCCI and MCA officials will soon meet Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Chief Secretary Debashish Chakraborty in this regard.
Alternative to UAE
The increasing cases of corona in Maharashtra is also a matter of concern. The BCCI says that due to the rising corona cases in Maharashtra, players will have to live in a bio bubble. Along with this, it is also to be said that if the situation of Corona in the country worsens, then IPL 2022 can also be organized outside India. The IPL has been affected for the last two years. The entire season of IPL 2020 was played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). In the year 2021, half of the IPL season was shifted to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
first published:Jan. 10, 2022, 4:13 p.m.