IPL mired in legal issues, Delhi High Court petition for a ban on matches


Troubles are growing over the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. On Monday, two Kolkata Knight Riders players Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier were found to be Corona positive. After this, Chennai Super Kings bowler coach L. Balaji was also found corona infected. It is now reported that a petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court to ban the tournament matches.

A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking an immediate stay of the tournament matches. This petition states that there should be an inquiry into why the game is being given priority over the last health during the Kovid 19 epidemic.

Lawyer Karan Singh and social activist Indermohan Singh have filed this petition. Court orders regarding this matter and get them investigated how can this sport be given priority over health in the last difficult time when people are losing their lives due to the Corona epidemic.

Former Indian cricketer Kirti Azad also said, I thought she was safe in all the bubbles. It is entertained by the game of cricket lovers and the public of the country. Unfortunately, you are hearing cases of corona getting infected inside the bubble. This means that there has been a lapse if kept in safety. I would like to say that the issues that have come up and things like this are going on at the moment, then the tournament should be stopped immediately.