IPL 2021: members of Cricket Council with different skills to take part in on the lungs opener

The IPL 2021 kicks off with a blockbuster tie between defense champions Mumbai Indians and perennial underachiever Royal Challengers Bangalore at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chepauk.

“This yearIPL opening ceremony for the first The time is represented by the variously qualified members of the government council. BCCI secretary Jay Shah has extended an invitation to die office carrier of DCCI will come and be part of it of die IPL opening match. This is for the first Times will be die Be part of DCCI members of any BCCI event”Said DCCI in an explanation.

DCCI President Mahantesh GK said: “We are very grateful to Jay Shah for inviting us attend the opening ceremony of the largest T20 tournament in the world. From the beginning he was very encouraging and advocated for people with different abilities cricket in the country.”

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DCCI secretary Ravi Chauhan said that die Invitation be a sign of Respect and appreciation for Thousands of otherwise capable cricket players.

“Although five members of DCCI will, however, take part in the opening ceremony in realityThousands of Cricketer of die PWD community should be proud.

“Were just die Faces, however die Invitation is actually to every cricketer with different abilities and skills for We will always be grateful to the BCCI for this secretary for to keep a promise of Giving dignity and equality to ours cricket”said Chauhan.

The opening match between Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians and Virat-Kohli-led Royal Challengers, Bangalore promises to be a blast of a competition with the big-hitter hemmed up on both sides, even if fans missing from the stocks due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The COVID-19 has cast its shadow on the league in the build- -up stage with some positive cases among both players and support Employee.

But with a strict bio-bubble in place for the games, would die BCCI hope for a smooth one run just like die previous edition held in die UAE.

(With PTI inputs)

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