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Printed: June 26, 2020 11:29:12 pm
When can we begin taking part in cricket as “hundreds of gamers are anxiously ready to renew careers”? That’s the query the Mumbai Cricket Affiliation has requested the Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray in a letter looking for readability and tips throughout the pandemic.
“There are millions of gamers who’re anxiously ready to get again to cricketing actions and pursue their careers,” the letter learn. “They (gamers) have been patiently ready for this pandemic to recover from. Nonetheless, it appears that evidently we now have to be taught to dwell with the virus.”
In a letter despatched to Chief Minister on Friday, signed by MCA secretary Sanjay Naik and joint secretary Shahalam Shaikh, the state affiliation has requested the state authorities to difficulty customary working procedures alongwith additional instructions.
The Mumbai Cricket Affiliation is the governing physique for cricket in Larger Mumbai, Thane, Kharghar, and Palghar district. Since March, they’ve stopped all cricketing actions because of the pandemic.
“Because the governing physique for cricket we now have adopted all of the instructions/notifications of the federal government and can proceed to take action sooner or later,” the letter acknowledged.
In its letter, the MCA acknowledged that the affiliation supported all of the initiatives taken by the federal government in direction of combating the pandemic and have additionally contributed to the Chief Minister’s fund as a approach of exhibiting assist. They now need readability in regards to the close to future.
“In these unprecedented instances, we request you to kindly present us some tips/ customary working procedures concerning getting again to cricket. We intend to maintain all of the gamers knowledgeable … We might drastically recognize for those who might present us with the required route as to when and the way we are able to resume cricketing actions.”
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