The controversy Indian Premier League (IPL) remains a “robust” item, announced its chairman Rajeev Shukla on Thursday, demanding that the money rich Twenty20 spectacle will return more stronger with at least eight teams.
Among a large group of inquiries, he was gotten some information about the eventual fate of the Indian Premier League and number of teams it will have after the 2 year suspension of IPL teams Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals.
“We are constantly worried about IPL matches and, let me guarantee you, the following IPL edition will be a greater achievement. IPL is a robust item and this judgment (suspension of 2 teams) ought not influence IPL as an item. The thought is to have the tournament in full arrangement with at least eight teams. We can’t hold the occasion with six teams,” said Shukla.
He said there are numerous choices accessible for the street ahead for the IPL, something he will talk about with the Governing Council in Mumbai on Sunday. One is running the two suspended teams with BCCI control.
“There are numerous choices accessible and we will talk about every one of them in the meeting on Sunday. One alternative is that BCCI runs the two (suspended) teams and dependable individuals will be deputed for the occupation,” he said.
Gotten some information about the conceivable irreconcilable circumstance if the Board of Control for Cricket in India chooses to take control of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, Rajeev Shukla answered: “There is no doubt of any irreconcilable situation. BCCI is in any case supervising the IPL. There are two principle territories: one is players’ bartering, which is straightforward, and the other is overseeing teams.
Believable individuals can be deputed to do the overseeing employment.”
On the arrival of the Kochi franchise, he said, “The judge has given the decision and we are going to claim in the wake of looking for legitimate feeling. I can’t say much else as the matter is under case.”
The IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla declined to remark when gotten some information about Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals being banned forever.
He went ahead to say that the Governing Council will ponder on the Lodha Committee give an account of Sunday.
“We will consider on the report in the meeting. After that a sub-gathering will be constituted and it will consider the report. In view of that, we will choose how the report will be actualized.”