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Board will come back to you with revised plan: Ganguly to state units after domestic tournaments’ postponement

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has assured state items that the Board “will do every thing to restart the home season as soon as the COVID-19 state of affairs is beneath management” after some marquee tournaments, together with the Ranji Trophy, have been postponed because of a resurgence of circumstances throughout the nation.

The BCCI on Tuesday needed to placed on maintain the Ranji Trophy, which was set to start later this month, and some different tournaments because of a surge in COVID 19 circumstances within the nation.

“As you might be conscious, we needed to placed on maintain the presently on-going home season because of the worsening COVID-19 state of affairs,” Ganguly stated in a letter to state associations.

The Ranji Trophy and Col C Okay Nayudu Trophy have been scheduled to start this month whereas the Senior Ladies’s T20 League was scheduled to begin in February.

“The COVID circumstances are quickly growing and there have been a number of optimistic circumstances in lots of groups. It posed an imminent risk to the well being and security of gamers, officers and all others associated to the operating of the tournaments,” Ganguly wrote within the mail to Presidents and Secretaries of all of the items.

PTI is in possession of the mail written by Ganguly.

Ganguly harassed that the Board would do every thing to restart the home season.

“The BCCI wish to reassure that it’s going to do every thing to restart the home season as soon as the COVID state of affairs is beneath management.

“We’re dedicated to holding the remaining tournaments for this season. The Board will shortly come again to you with a revised plan,” stated Ganguly.

“I thanks to your help and understanding. Please take care of your self and keep secure and wholesome,” the previous left-handed batter signed off.

Seven members of the Bengal squad and India all-rounder Shivam Dube together with Mumbai group’s video analyst had examined optimistic for COVID-19 within the run as much as the Ranji Trophy, which was scheduled to begin throughout the nation on January 13.

The premier home event didn’t occur within the 2020-2021 season because of the pandemic.

The COVID-19 state of affairs is grim throughout all the main cities with Delhi and Mumbai recording 1000’s of latest circumstances, a number of them being affected by new Omicron variant.

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