T20 World Cup will shift to UAE, confirms BCCI President Sourav Ganguly

T 20 world cup will be shifted to UAE tells BCCI president sourav gangulyThe T20 World Cup going to be held in India is being shifted to UAE due to the security concerns raised by Corona.

T 20 World Cup: The T20 World Cup going to be held in India is being shifted to UAE due to the security concerns raised by Corona. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly gave this information on Monday. Prior to this, speculations were being made about organizing the mega event in October-November for weeks.

Ganguly said that he has officially informed the ICC that the T20 World Cup can be shifted to the United Arab Emirates. The details are being discussed. He further said that the decision has been taken keeping in mind the health safety of all the stakeholders.

date not decided yet

However, BCCI will continue to be the host of the event. When asked whether it has been decided to start the tournament on October 17. Ganguly said that he will be able to finalize the plan in a few days. He told that it has not been decided yet to start from October 17.

The ICC spokesperson confirmed that it has not finalized the final schedule. But at the beginning of the month, he had given four months to the BCCI, in which it was to decide and inform whether India would be able to host this big mega event in view of the situation of Kovid-19 in the country.

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The IPL was also postponed due to the pandemic, the second part of which is being held in the UAE in September-October. After this it was almost certain that India would face difficulties in organizing this 16-nation tournament in nine cities. Because many concerns related to the safety of health will be present in it.

(Input: PTI)

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