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BCCI To Revive Plans Of IPL 2020:- The biggest sports event of India, IPL has been halted due to coronavirus pandemic. The Indian government announced relaxations on Sunday though the country will be under lockdown till May 31st. With the situations turning good, The Board of Control of Cricket (BCCI) is in plans to revive their plans for IPL this year. They are in plans to conduct a closed-doors event in the country that would be available to watch live for the public. The BCCI welcomed the decision of government and a series of meetings will be planned to finalize about IPL 2020. The event which was planned to take place in April has been put on hold.
The Centre said that the sports complexes will be opened but the public and spectators will not be allowed. The Centre said that the public gatherings in the country are prohibited. The BCCI is in plans to consult the franchises and will take the final call on IPL 2020. As the country would be under lockdown, the holidays too will be extended and conducting IPL will not be a big deal. BCCI will also work with the state associations to chalk out a program about conducting the event. The arrival of foreign players would be a big deal as all the international flights are canceled. More details about IPL 2020 will be announced by BCCI soon.