The entire IPL season can be played in Maharashtra only

IPL (IPL) is once again under threat of corona. After the increase in the cases of corona across the country, now by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). IPL 2022 A decision can be taken to organize the entire season of IPL (IPL 2022) in Maharashtra. According to the news, the entire season of IPL 2022 can be played only on the grounds of Maharashtra. Which includes Wankhede Stadium which is in Mumbai, D.Y Patil Stadium, Brabourne Stadium which is in Navi Mumbai and Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium which is in Pune.

BCCI is making strenuous efforts to organize IPL 2022

Tough efforts are being made by the BCCI to organize IPL 2022 during the pandemic. In the same episode, on January 5, Hemang Amin (Interim CEO of BCCI and Chief Operating Officer of IPL) approached Vijay Patil (President of Mumbai Cricket Association) in this regard on the sidelines of Apex Council meeting of MCA. According to reports, a few days later, Amin and Patil have met Sharad Pawar at the residence of the NCP supremo.

Sharad Pawar approves BCCI’s proposal

Sharad Pawar
After this Sharad Pawar has given his green signal to the proposal of BCCI. During this week or in the next 10 days, he will meet Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and State Chief Secretary Debashish Chakraborty to arrange necessary permissions in this regard from BCCI and MCA officials.

According to other information, BCCI says that cases of corona are also coming up in Maharashtra but players will be advised to stay in strict bio bubble. Along with this, players will be advised to strictly follow the rules of prevention from Corona. Along with this, he said that if the situation of Corona in the country worsens, then IPL 2022 will also be considered outside India.

IPL is happening outside India for 2 years

For the last two years, the IPL has been affected due to the outbreak of the Corona pandemic. The entire season of IPL 2020 was played in United Arab Emirates (UAE), while IPL started in India in the year 2021, but due to rising cases of corona and players getting infected, half of the IPL 2021 season was played in United Arab Emirates (UAE). ) was transferred.