After the Government of India gave permission to begin the sports activities actions within the empty stadium, now the discussions about the potential of organizing the IPL 2020 have been intensified. However, BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal has made it clear that the largest hurdle within the resumption of cricket remains to be the journey ban.
During an interplay with ESPN Cricinfo, Arun Dhumal stated, "To resume cricket activity it would be necessary to remove the travel ban. As per the rules of Lockdown 4.0, the air travel will be completely banned till May 31. The BCCI would like to wait a bit before starting a skill-based training camp for the state. "
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It was informed that the protection of cricketers and help workers is the precedence of the BCCI. <! –
"We are not going to make such a decision in a hurry because of which India's efforts to root out coronaviruses have been damaged."
Asked whether or not the BCCI is now exploring the potential of IPL 2020. Dhumal stated that it could be too early to react to it. This is feasible solely when the cricket calendar is opened once more and a journey ban may be opened the world over.
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Dhumal additionally accepted the proposal of Sri Lanka Cricket to have IPL 2020 of their nation. However, he additionally stated that it’s a distant factor to think about until the Government of India will not be allowed to journey.