IPL: Rise in virus cases and deaths in India, tournament strongly criticized
An IPL administrator and a senior Indian board official told Reuters that the league would continue as scheduled as it would entertain people in difficult times, but many on social media made the decision. Are harshly criticized. I would like to ask in which civilized country such a live game would be allowed, where flood lights are on, people are dying on the streets and crematoriums are burning.
Speaking to NDTV recently, Sharada Agra, a senior sports journalist in India, said that the relocation of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to Delhi was “quite inappropriate”.
Many in the Corona crisis country agree with Sharda. They are demanding that in the days of more than 300,000 victims and more than 3,000 deaths a day, if the IPL cannot be postponed or canceled, at least it should express sympathy for those who died under Code 19 Should go