The government of India on Sunday evening, released a notification explaining the guidelines for Lockdown 4.0. In the notification, the government announced some relaxation to get the things gradually back on track.
Opening of stadia and sports complexes is one of the relaxations proposed in the guideline released by Ministry of home Affairs (MHA). However, BCCI, taking note of the notice, reiterated that safety and well being of players are paramount and hence the governing body will not rush into any decision without observing things.
BCCI will not do anything hurriedly
A few moments later, after MHA released the notification, apex body of cricket too released a press release and informed media and cricket fans about its next step.
In the press release, BCCI said that it will wait further before organizing a skill-based training camp for its contacted player as the travel restrictions are still continue to be effective in the country.
On account of BCCI, the treasurer Arun Dhumal said that the cricket governing body will not rush into any decision that could hamper the safety and well being of individuals involved in the game.
BCCI will continue to interact with team management
The honorary BCCI treasurer also said that it will wait for state level guidelines to plan out a training schedule at local level.
‘In the meantime, the BCCI will study guidelines at the state level and will work in sync with State Cricket Associations to chalk out a programme for skill-based training at a local level,” said Arun Singh Dhumal in the press release.
Moreover, it assured cricket fans in the country that it will continue to interact with team management to draw a blueprint for the entire team once the situation gets better.
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