Amirshahi plans to hold IPL with spectators on the field, waiting for BCCI's green signal.

Banglahant Desk: The mega tournament IPL is not being held on Indian soil this year due to the widespread spread of corona virus in India. This time IPL is going to be held in UAE instead of India. Meanwhile, the Emirates Cricket Board has started all sorts of efforts to organize the IPL. But in the meantime, there is another good news for cricket lovers.

The UAE Cricket Board has said that if the UAE government gives permission, the stadium will have 30 to 50 per cent spectators in this year's IPL. A few days ago, the officials of the Emirates Cricket Board said that we have started a plan to keep 20 per cent spectators. However, this time the Amirshahi Cricket Board is thinking of increasing the number of spectators with the permission of the government.

“We want the spectators to sit on the field and watch the game in such a big tournament as the IPL,” said Mubashir Usmani, head of the Amirshahi Cricket Board. That is why we will talk to the government about this as soon as we get permission from the Indian Cricket Board. However, the Amir Shahi government will take all the decisions in this regard. With the permission of the government, 30 to 50% spectators will be able to watch the game in the IPL stadium. Hopefully we get the green signal from the government.



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