BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla says IPL 2021 has not been postponed, while the remaining matches will be held

BCCI postpones IPL 2021 after several players’ Corona report returned positive. Following this, questions were raised as to whether IPL 14 could be abolished under the present circumstances. Rajiv Shukla, the Board of Control for Cricket in India, clarified the situation. Informed that the IPL was not 14. IPL 14 kicks off on April 9 in Tivu, with 29 matches played so far. There are 31 games left in the tournament.

Speaking to Star Sports, Rajiv Shukla, one thing I want to clarify is that the IPL has not been canceled. This has been avoided. The remaining matches of the IPL-14 will take place. When Kovid’s condition improves, a decision is made at the right time. He said the suspension report is only 5 days or a week, the same is not true. There are ulation rumors that the tournament will resume after five days or a week, which is not possible.

Specifically, the IPL was suspended indefinitely on Tuesday after several cases of Kovid-19 infection in Kolkata Knight Riders, Delhi Capitals, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings. The KKR report on two players, Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrior, was positive on Monday. The match between RCB and KKR was postponed. Following this, three Kovid 19 cases were reported from Chennai Super Kings camp. In this issue, the Kovid report of two Delhi capital players and Sunrisers Hyderabad Amit Mishra and Wriddhiman Saha has come out positive.

The KKR CEO says the precautions will be taken after the corona case