Petition filed in Delhi High Court to ban IPL, along with this appeal

Petition filed in Delhi High Court to ban IPL, along with this appeal

Sports Desk: The corona virus is seen to be hitting on the IPL. The match against Royal Challengers Bangalore was postponed on Monday after two Kolkata Knight Riders players Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier were found positive. Today, the match between Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings in Delhi on Wednesday has also been postponed. Meanwhile, there is also a demand for cancellation of IPL 2021, for which a petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court. This petition has been converted into public interest.

Lawyer Karan Singh Thukral and social activist Inddar Mohan Singh have filed a petition in the Delhi High Court seeking immediate stay on IPL 2021. The petition said that it is inappropriate to hold an IPL match in Delhi at a time, especially when there is a shortage of beds, oxygen and essential medicines in hospitals and people are also facing problems in funeral of their loved ones. Not only this, in view of the current conditions in Delhi, the demand has also been raised to convert Arun Jaitley Stadium into a Covid Care Center. 

It should be noted that former Indian cricketer Kirti Azad has talked about banning IPL. He said, I felt that all cricketers are in bio bubble and are safe in every way and are entertaining people. It is very unfortunate that players are being found positive in the Kovid-19 Test even after being in the bio bubble. This means that there is a lack of security. If such cases have come to light then the IPL should be stopped here. 


Mohammad Aamir tweeted for India, said this

Mohammad Aamir tweeted for India, said this

Sports Desk: India is currently reeling from the second wave of Corona virus. This wave of corona virus is infecting millions of people every day and dying in thousands. Things are going from bad to worse at the moment. People are becoming each other's support to help people. At the same time, former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has also written a message on social media to help India.

Mohammad Aamir shared a video on Twitter and wrote that our neighboring country is currently passing through exam time. Aamir also wrote that prayers should be sought for India. We are with you in this difficult situation, may Allah bless us. Along with this, Aamir wrote the hash tag Get Well Soon India.

Prior to Mohammad Aamir, the current Pakistan team captain Babar Azam had also prayed for India. Babar Azam wrote in tweeting that we are with you in this terrible situation. Together we can defeat this epidemic. 

It may be noted that due to this corona virus, BCCI had to postpone the 14th season of IPL. Because the report of the players came positive during the IPL, due to which some players refused to play the match and the BCCI had to take this big decision.