New Delhi. Aditya Verma, the original petitioner in the Indian Premier League spot-fixing case, requested Indian Cricket Board President Sourav Ganguly to organize the breathtaking T20 league in India instead of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as this Arab country is not safe from the covid-19 pandemic. is. Verma said, "Dubai Rugby Sevens is a big tournament in the UAE and they have postponed it even though it was to be held in November." So how can we take the Indian Super League (IPL) to the UAE. I have written to Dada (Ganguly) about this and requested him to have the IPL done in India. "The IPL is scheduled to be held in the UAE from September 19, although the Board of Cricket in India (BCCI) is still waiting for the central government's approval.
The number of active cases in India is more than half a million while more than 36,000 people have lost their lives to covid-19. Verma says that creating a biologically safe environment in a city like Mumbai would be easier than building it in three cities of the UAE. He suggested, "They can try to do it in Mumbai in the best way." When asked whether foreign players would be worried about coming to India, while there would not be one in Dubai where the number of Kovid-19 infected is less than one lakh, he said why the BCCI would not have done it with Indian players. He said, "We have more than 60 foreign players in the league. If they are not ready to come, then we can feed Indian players in their place.