"We despite everything don't think about destiny of T20 World Cup, Asia Cup, so by what method can we simply have a gathering? Indeed, we have to examine sponsorship yet we never utilized the word drop or end," a senior BCCI official, who likewise sits in IPL GC meetings,said on states of obscurity.
The BCCI is probably not going to disavow IPL title supports VIVO if the "leave condition" favors the Chinese cell phone organization, a senior BCCI official said on Wednesday however didn't uncover when the occasion's quite advertised overseeing board meeting to survey this will be held.
After the vicious June 15 conflict in eastern Ladakh, the focal government has prohibited 59 applications from China including the dubious Tik ToK. Not long after the June 15 episode, the BCCI had expressed that there would be a survey of the IPL supports.
"We despite everything don't think about destiny of T20 World Cup, Asia Cup, so by what means can we simply have a gathering? Indeed, we have to examine sponsorship yet we never utilized the word drop or end," a senior BCCI official, who additionally sits in IPL GC gatherings, told PTI on states of secrecy.
"We said we will audit sponsorship. Audit implies that we have to check all the modalities of the agreement. In the event that the 'Leave Clause' favors VIVO more, for what reason should we end a Rs 440 crore for each year contract. We will possibly end if 'Leave Clause' favors us," he included.
It is found out, some BCCI are authorities are of the view that except if VIVO pulls out of its own in winning conditions, the board should respect the rest of the agreement, which closes in 2022.
"Observing the fringe conflict that brought about the affliction of our valiant jawans, the IPL Governing Council has met a gathering one week from now to audit IPL's different sponsorship bargains," the authority IPL twitter handle had expressed on Friday, June 19.
Be that as it may, after about fourteen days, a gathering has not been planned and all the more critically, in any event two GC individuals affirmed to PTI that they have not been told anything.
"I have called the IPL director (Brijesh Patel) and CEO (Rahul Johri) after I saw the tweet. In any case, till date, I haven't been implied about any gathering. Potentially, they need to have a major gathering once the T20 World Cup is formally deferred," one of the veteran GC individuals said.