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Friday, 13 March 2020

Arvind Kejriwal government ban IPL matches to be held in Delhi

Corona virus: Arvind Kejriwal government ban IPL matches to be held in Delhi



The Arvind Kejriwal government of Delhi has banned IPL matches to be held in the country's capital. This decision has been taken due to the threat of Corona virus.

The fear of corona virus is increasing all over the world including India. Due to the fear of this virus, sporting events are also being affected. Due to the havoc of the Corona virus, the Cricket Control Board of India has decided to hold the remaining two matches of the series against South Africa in an empty stadium. The BCCI is considering to conduct the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the vacant stadium as well, starting from March 29. A decision on this is likely to be made on Saturday. Meanwhile, Delhi's Arvind Kejriwal government has banned IPL matches to be held in the country's capital. This announcement was made by Delhi government's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia at a press conference. This decision has been taken due to the threat of Corona virus.

Significantly, the ODI series between India and South Africa has also been caught in the fear of Corona virus. The first match of the series was lost to Barish. The next two matches to be held in Lucknow and Kolkata will be played in empty stadiums due to the fear of Coronavirus. The Cricket Control Board of India (BCCI) announced this. The match is to be played on March 15 in Lucknow and on March 18 in Kolkata. The BCCI said in a statement, "After discussions with the Ministry of Sports and Youth Welfare and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the remaining two ODIs of South Africa's India round will be played without an audience."


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