Ness Wadia is the co-owner of Punjab Kings. (Ness wadia instagram)
Punjab Kings’ co-owner Ness Wadia is happy with the board’s decision to have IPL 2021 in the country. He said that the decision to postpone the league is right.
New Delhi. Punjab Kings co-owner Ness Wadia supported the BCCI’s decision to hold the 14th season of IPL in India amid Corona crisis, saying it was the right decision, but the situation picks up Messed with Ness Wadia said, ‘It was the best decision given the situation. People in India are struggling a lot. He said, ‘The decision to conduct the IPL in India was taken very thoughtfully. Since the T20 World Cup is to be held in India, it was the right decision, but the situation deteriorated quite rapidly. He said that nothing changes with the league in UAE. He said, ‘It has nothing to do with any particular country (India or UAE). Everyone tried their best, but many times the efforts were successful and not many times. Venue had to be cut He said that if Groundstaff was not part of the bio bubble, then he also needed to be corrected. Apart from this, to reduce the risk, the Venue also needs to be cut. This time the BCCI decided to organize the league on 6 Venues. Whereas in the UAE last season, there were only three matches. Here the players could come by bus, but in India it was not possible to go to a different venue by road.KKR players came positive Everything was going well in the IPL. Suddenly, on Monday, two KKR players Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier were reported to be infected. Varun was out for a shoulder scan. Shortly thereafter, three members, including CSK bowling coach L Balaji, were found infected. After this, the board decided to postpone the league after Amit Mishra and Wriddhimana Saha got infected on Tuesday.