The BCCI has said that IPL 2021 will continue even after the increasing cases of corona in the country.
IPL 2021 is being organized under bio bubble in six cities.
Amidst the rising corona virus cases in India, many foreign players are leaving the IPL 2021 in the middle. In such a situation, the pressure has increased on the BCCI. Now the BCCI has written a letter to the IPL teams about this. It says that this time they are playing not only to win but also for humanity. Also, teams and players have been assured that everyone’s safety is a priority. The BCCI said that it will do its best to ensure that the players participating in the IPL 2021 end their home without any interruption after the tournament ends. The BCCI has given this statement after three Australian players returned home due to increasing cases of Kovid-19 in India.
This letter has been sent by BCCI’s interim COO Hemang Amin to all the eight teams via email. Through this, they have told that the IPL bio bubble is completely strong and such steps are being taken continuously that will keep the bubble safe. In a letter sent to the players, Amin said, ‘We know that many of you are apprehensive about how to return home after the tournament ends. We assure you that there is no need to worry. The BCCI will do everything on its behalf to ensure that you reach your destination without any hindrance. The BCCI is closely monitoring the situation and is working closely with the government officials to take you home after the tournament ends. We assure you that the tournament will not end for the BCCI until you reach your home safely.
Amin praised the players for remaining in the tournament. He said, ‘As some of you players said that if we are able to divert people’s attention from all the problems for a short time, then we play an important role. When you land on the ground, you raise hope among the millions who are watching it. If you can bring a smile on someone’s face even for a minute, then you have done a good job. You are professional and play to win, but this time you are doing even more important work.
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