No spectators to be allowed in stadium during IPL: Maharashtra Government

Maharashtra Government clarified that only permission for holding cricket matches is given for Indian Premier League (IPL). Viewers are not allowed in the stadium then can watch matches on relay. State Minority Development Minister Nawab Malik Said that all the participants of IPL will have to isolate themselves at one place.

The BCCI has demanded that all players should be vaccinated, but as per ICMR guidelines, only persons above 45 can be vaccinated. He added that, As soon as we get permission, more people will be vaccinated.


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