The first edition of the world’s largest cricket league, the IPL, was launched in 2008. Since then, 13 seasons have been played till date and the 14th is currently being played. Former IPL chairman Lalit Modi is considered to be its mastermind and father. Lalit Modi is also aware of the rising outbreak of Corona virus and that is whyAnd Indian players got angry too. He is disappointed that BCCI and no player has helped the needy.
BCCI can do a lot: Lalit Modi
Former IPL ChairmanHas interviewed English newspaper Midday. In which he has expressed anger for the Indian players and the Board of Control for Cricket in India. They say that everyone’s attitude is very wrong. 700 to 800 crores should be donated to BCCI. This money will prove to be very effective for the patients suffering from corona. With this money, all the arrangements for vaccine, oxygen and ventilator will be done easily. Not only this, if BCCI wants, any stadium can also be turned into a temporary hospital.
Not watching IPL
Lalit Modi says that he has not been watching IPL for the last three days. Because neither the BCCI nor the players are doing anything for the country. Not even a single time Indian cricketers wore black stripe. Modi says that the Cricket Board of India should donate 10 percent of the earnings from the previous and this year’s IPL. This country has made cricket sit on its head. Now it’s cricket. Let us tell you that Lalit Modi currently lives in London and he is accused of making a mess in the financial transactions in the IPL.
IPL should not be canceled
Due to the increasing outbreak of, there is a demand from all sides to cancel the IPL. On this issue, Lalit Modi says that the IPL should not be canceled. Doing so will directly affect the livelihood of many families. Modi also said that do not take away the means of their livelihood from any family. Some domestic cricketers make money only on the basis of IPL. Their entire year’s earnings are from this, do not snatch it from them.