Jay shah met some UAE ministers before the start of IPL

IPL 2021 All the officials, including BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, have already started preparing for (IPL 2021). Due to the Corona epidemic, it was decided to postpone its first phase indefinitely. But, the Secretary of the Indian Board has given big information about the Indian Premier League on Wednesday. The second leg of this league is being organized in the United Arab Emirates.

BCCI Secretary meets UAE Minister of Culture, Youth and Social Development

Regarding this league, the secretary says that the Indian Cricket Board is going to start the wonderful journey of the Indian Premier League once again in the UAE. Let us tell you that in the year 2020 also due to Corona, the 13th season of IPL was organized here. Although the 14th season started this year in India itself in a grand style.

But, suddenly Corona’s entry in the bio bubble had eclipsed the first phase. Due to which it had to be announced to be postponed on 4 May 2021. However, the second phase of this season is starting in September. In this connection, on Wednesday, Secretary Jay Shah met the UAE Minister of Culture, Youth and Social Development Sheikh Nahyan Mabarak Al Nahyan.

thanked the guests through tweet


He has also shared some pictures related to this from his official Twitter account. Along with this, he has also given it a great caption. He wrote through his tweet,

‘Thanks to Sheikh Nahyan Mabarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Social Development, for the “friendship and vision”. Together we will overcome the challenges that come during the trying times.

Jay Shah also thanked Khalid Al Zarooni, President of Dubai Sports City, for his meeting. On this special occasion, Secretary Jay Shah has also presented a cricket bat signed by the members of the Indian cricket team to the minister. Whose pictures you can see for yourself.

The remaining 31 matches of IPL will be held in UAE


Let us tell you that this year the second phase of IPL 2021 is starting from September 19 and its final match will be played on October 15. 29 matches of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League were completed before the league was postponed. In such a situation, only the remaining 31 matches will be played in UAE.


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