IND vs WI: BCCI-CAB face-to-face over spectators’ entry in T20 matches, again on Sourav Ganguly’s statement
Due to Corona virus infection, spectators are not allowed for the ODI series between India and West Indies to be played in Ahmedabad, while the West Bengal government has allowed spectators for the T20 series.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly announced on 4 February that spectators would not be allowed at the Eden Gardens for the T20 series. (Photo: File/PTI)
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly (Sourav Ganguly) For some time, due to his statements, he has been in discussions and controversies. Everyone is familiar with the ruckus raised by his statement about former Indian captain Virat Kohli and Kohli’s reaction to it. Then his contradictory statements regarding the women’s IPL have also been under criticism. Now Ganguly’s contradictory reaction to another statement seems to be causing controversy. This is the case of India-West Indies (India vs West Indies) Regarding the T20 series to be held in between and the presence of the audience in it. Ganguly has announced that spectators will not be allowed in this series, while the Cricket Association of Bengal has said that they are not aware of any such decision.
“regarding the same from the BCCI till now. Therefore, we would like to refrain from issuing any reaction in the matter at present.” #INDvWI
— Subhayan Chakraborty (@CricSubhayan) February 4, 2022