Controversy over match-match between Kings XI Punjab and MPCA
The CEO of Kings Franchisee said that he has no objection to coming back to Indore
Indore Behind the match pass dispute, now Kings XI Punjab and MPCA have agreed to take the IPL again once again in the stadium Indore. King Franchisee CEO Satish Menon said in the discussion with Bhaskar that he has no objection to coming back to Indore and our yes, there has been a change in the time of the first and the present, but this time the decision to come to Indore is decided by the BCCI instead of the franchisee. to be fixed.
BCCI to take final decision
MPCA secretary Milind Kanamdikar has also emailed the match to the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) to make matches. Confirming this, Kanwar said that we have given the notice to the board, that our preparations are complete so that the board can make a final decision by talking to the franchisee who wants to play the match here.
This is to be held in the Lok Sabha elections in April-May and probably will announce the Election Commission election dates on March 6-7. On this basis, the BCCI will decide the city of match.
There was a controversy in the last IPL. In May 2018, there was a dispute between the franchisees and the monarchy about the IPL matches in Indore. After this, the franchisee had told Indore's experience a lot of bitter when playing the final match from Indore. According to sources, the event company of franchisee and BCCI also gave negative feedback in the experience of Indore in the match experience.