IPL league has been postponed due to coronavirus till 15 April
The Indian Premier League (IPL) has been postponed due to corona virus outbreak globally.
With the growing number of Coronavirus ‘s victims through out the world , Indian government has taken an has immediate step to combat virus.
The Indian government has ordered that International upcoming matches including IPL will be postponed till April as a precautionary step to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Lately in Indian 68 cases of corona virus has been discovered with no deaths and hence it is quite apparent that India has not been exposed to danger as other countries but experts are sensing the fear of virus.
New Delhi said that all the visas till 15 April will be cancelled in order to fight the up growing mist of virus .
Country’s support secretary among the cheif ministers of two states said that ” stadiums will be empty to avoid interaction and gathering of people” and ” Matches may go on without spectator crowd”.
Brijesh Patel, governor council chairman of the Indian Premier League (IPL) noted that a meeting will be held on Saturday 14 March to discuss all the issues like tournament including visas issues for overseas players and the possibility of matches in empty stadiums etc,
Previously, A senior BCCI added his point of view by saying that IPL will start on time even it means without crowd , as it is medical emergency so we cannot do anything about that .
The Maharashtra health minister gave a pleasant statement by saying ,”Human life has far more value than the IPL”
The recent out break of Corona virus
A total of 5000 people have due to this virus globally, spreading day by day affecting the economy of countries, Visas being banned in countries to avoid traffic and interactions , Businesses getting affected day by day, Cricket being one of the most favorite game among Pakistanis and Indians is creating a serious hurdle for them as they are unable to enjoy it.