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The Indian Premier League (IPL) is now a very important part of Indian life. Not only the cricketers, match officials, franchise members, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and league members, but also many others are depended on this cash-rich league.
The IPL 2020 was all set to begin on 29th March 2020 which will run till 24th May 2020. But when all the franchises were focusing on beginning the team practise session, the novel COVID-19 or coronavirus have forced to postpone this tournament for the indefinite period. Though the BCCI is getting more confident with the time progress to organise the tournament this year successfully, the reality is still much away.
Here we are talking about some special groups of people who are getting hugely affected due to the postponement of the IPL 2020
Recently, the news was trending that the former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan helped a cobbler, named Bhaskaran, financially who worked for the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) during the IPL tournament. During the match days, the CSK’s official cobbler operated from a small workstation outside the Players and Match Officials area.
Similarly, we can assume that some other cobblers work for other franchises. The postponement of the IPL 2020 has already affected their financial conditions. The IPL 2020 is badly needed for them.