BCCI president Sourav Ganguly says why the T20 World Cup has been moved to the UAE

The T20 World Cup, to be played in India this year, will be moved to the UAE. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah gave this information on Monday. Ganguly said the BCCI had told the ICC that the T20 World Cup was being transferred to the UAE. Ganguly said the decision was taken keeping in mind the health of all stakeholders. However, the BCCI president said the tournament schedule has not yet been finalized and a decision will be taken in the coming days.

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Talking to PTI, Ganguly said, “We have officially informed the ICC (International Cricket Council) that the T20 World Cup can be moved to the UAE. Details are being prepared in this regard. The decision was taken keeping in mind the health safety of all stakeholders. Asked if the tournament will start from October 17, Ganguly said, “We will finalize the schedule in a few days.” No final decision has been made as to whether the tournament will start from October 17.

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An ICC spokesperson also confirmed that the World Body has not yet finalized its schedule. Earlier this month, the ICC gave BCCI a four-week deadline to determine if India could host the event, keeping track of the COVID-19 situation. In a letter to the state unit, Jay Shah said, ‘This is not an easy decision and we have taken this decision after considering the situation of Kovid-19 for months. In the second wave of the corona epidemic, there was a lot of damage, after which the decision had to be made for the safety and well-being of players and organizers.

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