"Most definitely, they are watching out for this and will take a legitimate choice on it. We need to see the advantage of our nation, whatever would be in light of a legitimate concern for our nation and cricket," Shukla told ANI.
Previous Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Rajeev Shukla radiated trust in BCCI's (Board of Control for Cricket in India) choice to uncertainly delay the thirteenth version of the cash turning T20 alliance, expressing that it would be "in light of a legitimate concern for both nation and cricket".
Shukla said that the cricket overseeing body in India is checking the circumstance and would take an "appropriate choice".
"Most definitely, they are watching out for this and will take an appropriate choice on it. We need to see the advantage of our nation, whatever would be in light of a legitimate concern for our nation and cricket," Shukla told ANI.
"They will make a legitimate stride, there is no concern. They will take a decent choice while remembering everything. I don't believe that we should remark on anything before the choice," he included.
The 2020 release of the IPL, which was planned to start on March 29, has been deferred inconclusively because of the episode of the coronavirus emergency.
The BCCI has dropped all local and worldwide commitment in Indian cricket, remembering the wellbeing of the cricketers. The International Cricket Council has additionally remained its choice on holding the 2020 T20 World Cup, planned to be held in Australia, not long from now, watching out for how is the COVID-19 circumstance developing consistently around the world.