New Delhi: The global pandemic coronavirus has once again returned. The increasing cases of day by day are increasing the concern of all. In view of the growing crisis, once again, a tense situation has begun across the country. Lockdown has been imposed in many cities of the country and this direct impact is also visible on sports. In fact, the entry of spectators in the India-England T20 series released in Ahmedabad was banned and now the BCCI has taken another major step.
In fact, the Board of Control for Cricket in India, the BCCI, has decided to cancel the domestic tournament. We all know that the entire team will have to travel from one city to another to organize the match, follow strict quarantine rules. Bio-bubble has to be constructed. All this is not possible in the present situation. Jai Shah has said, "The board will explore the window for organizing these tournaments after IPL 2021.''
In a letter to the information received, board secretary Jai Shah wrote, "The domestic season of 2020-21 was delayed due to the lockdown across the country. However, after Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and IPL auction, the board successfully organized the Vijay Hazare Trophy. The South African women's team is also continuing its visit to India, which will continue till April 4. The safety of sportspersons is our primary responsibility.''