BCCI gave a big statement about T20 World Cup, know details

new Delhi. even though Coronavirus Given the thrust of the transition, it has not been decided yet whether the upcoming T20 World Cup will be held or not. but Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Has made its position clear. BCCI Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison On the expectation that India-Australia Test series will be played among the spectators instead of empty stadium, the Government of India will decide it. Actually, after the statement of Morrison, the possibility of organizing the T20 World Cup was also increased, but the BCCI says that Team India will not participate in the World Cup without the permission of the government.

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Safety of players is most important
A BCCI official said, “We will be very happy to go to Australia for the T20 World Cup, but the government will have to decide the things related to health etc. which will be decided.” We will take a decision only after looking at the instructions of the government. Safety of our players and fans is most important for us. It is not that the team has to go from Mumbai to Pune in a sterilized bus. You have to come back to play and reach your home in a safe environment.

There may be danger due to presence of audience
The BCCI official said that the presence of a small number of fans in the stadium could also pose a threat, especially in view of cases without symptoms of corona virus and a small number of spectators could spread the infection.

ICC has said wait for now
The T20 World Cup is to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15 this year. But due to Corona epidemic, this event is still in danger. During a meeting last week, the ICC has also announced to adopt a 'wait and wait' policy for the World Cup.