Members will get updates on government approval in IPL Governing Council meeting

Members will get updates on government approval in IPL Governing Council meeting

New Delhi. When members of the Governing Council of the Indian Premier League (IPL) meet on Sunday, it will be updated about the status of the government approval required to host the T20 League in the United Arab Emirates, besides the Foolproof Standard Operating Procedure for Health Protection. Discussions will be held and Chinese sponsors will be talked about. The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) is ready to conduct the IPL in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), It has been learned that the government approval status has topped the 10-point agenda of the Governing Council headed by Brijesh Patel. It is expected that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jai Shah (both of whom are in the 'cooling off' time waiver case in the Supreme Court) along with Treasurer Arun Dhumal and Joint Secretary Jayesh George will attend the meeting as permanent invitees. "We have a meeting tomorrow but everyone gets a green signal from the Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of External Affairs for the tournament to be held in the UAE," said a top BCCI official, who is aware of the Governing Council (GC). is waiting. "It is learned that there will also be a discussion on the future of the agreement with China's mobile company 'Vivo' which gives Rs 440 crore for the title sponsorship. The most important aspect of all this will be Standard Operating Procedure (SOP),

The highlights of the IPL agenda will be as follows at the meeting on Sunday. Approval of the minutes of the last three meetings. Waiting for the government's approval, although official approval from the UAE government is also awaited, which will be achieved by the Emirates Cricket Board. Third tournament schedule - The tournament will start on September 19, either for 51 days or 53 days, if the finals are held on September 10, which will give the broadcasters the benefit of the week of Diwali. Decision regarding fourth Chinese sponsor. Vivo is the title sponsor while Paytm, Dream 11, There is Chinese investment in Baijus and Swiggy. This issue will also be discussed in view of the current tension between India and China. There is every possibility that Vivo will complete its existing contract which gives BCCI Rs 440 crore a year and it will be difficult to find a new sponsor at the last minute. Fifth SOP. For this, a 240-page document has been prepared which will be given to the franchisee. This includes safety-related measures ranging from Kovid-19 testing to creating a bio-safe environment.

There will also be instructions regarding the number of teams that are likely to be limited to 40. BCCI's SOPs can be upgraded by franchisees, but they cannot reduce it. It is learned that BCCI will leave the decision on the franchise to the families. Whether or not the sixth IPL GC members will get a chance to travel. Normally they travel but when health related crisis is there, members will be allowed to travel or not. "There are also some senior citizens in the IPL GC and a lot of thought will be required on whether the journey will be a risk or not," the official said. "To include someone else instead of the seventh player." If the player is unable to travel in the original team, then how will the player be included in his place. Like South Africa's border is closed at this time and Quinton de Cock, Kagiso Rabada, Players like Imran Tahir and AB de Villiers are important for their franchise teams. Eighth BCCI Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) activities. "There is a possibility that BCCI can hire the ACU team of the International Cricket Council and take their services and pay them for their services," the official said. "And ninth will take their medical unit of BCCI to UAE or they will create a team of doctors there." Tenth, a meeting with experts who have created a bio-safe environment for England and Wales cricket. England recently finished the series against the West Indies in a bio-safe environment and are currently playing with Ireland after which the series will be played against Pakistan. "There is a possibility that the BCCI may hire the ACU team of the International Cricket Council and take their services." "And ninth will take their medical unit of BCCI to UAE or they will create a team of doctors there." Tenth, a meeting with experts who have created a bio-safe environment for England and Wales cricket. England recently finished the series against the West Indies in a bio-safe environment and are currently playing with Ireland after which the series will be played against Pakistan. "There is a possibility that the BCCI may hire the ACU team of the International Cricket Council and take their services." "And ninth will take their medical unit of BCCI to UAE or they will create a team of doctors there." Tenth, a meeting with experts who have created a bio-safe environment for England and Wales cricket. England recently finished the series against the West Indies in a bio-safe environment and are currently playing with Ireland after which the series will be played against Pakistan. Meeting with experts who have created a bio-safe environment for England and Wales cricket. England recently finished the series against the West Indies in a bio-safe environment and are currently playing with Ireland after which the series will be played against Pakistan. Meeting with experts who have created a bio-safe environment for England and Wales cricket. England recently finished the series against the West Indies in a bio-safe environment and are currently playing with Ireland after which the series will be played against Pakistan.