Will Delhi Curfew get relaxed for IPL match in Delhi? Learn what Minister Satyendra Jain said

Satyendra Jain (Photo Credits: Twitter)

new Delhi: In the last few days, infections of Coronavirus have been increasing continuously in Delhi. Corona cases have increased since last 3 weeks. Now more than 5000 cases are being filed in Delhi every day. In such a situation, some matches of IPL 2021 (IPL) are also going to be held in Delhi. The first match will be played in Delhi on 29 April. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has given a big statement regarding IPL. Delhi will not have lockdown due to corona infection: Satyendar Jain

Let me tell you that Satyendra Jain said that right now our focus is only on the corona. How to stop it. There is no thought about IPL yet. Will look into this matter later. Questions arise that night curfew has been imposed in Delhi from 10 am to 5 am from Tuesday. In such a situation, how will the IPL be organized in the night curfew?

On April 29 at 3:30 pm, the IPL match is to be played between the Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals at the Ferozeshah Kotla ground. This year also all the matches of IPL are happening without an audience.

According to Health Minister Satyendra Jain, beds are being increased in hospitals, more than 2000 beds have been increased in the last 3 days and besides this two and a half thousand beds will be increased in the next 3 days. It is very important to stop the corona. We have to follow the instructions given.

Let us know that night curfew has also been imposed in Maharashtra. Despite the imposition of night curfew, the Maharashtra government has given the green signal to the IPL with some guidelines. The IPL will be held in Mumbai from 10 to 24 April. At present, 6 teams of IPL have arrived in Mumbai.

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