IPL 2018: Chennai Matches Not To Be Shifted, Says Rajeev Shukla: The doubts nearby the Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK) at the Indian Premier League (IPL) home match which is now going out of Chennai and reportedly can be dismissed on Monday.
This is so as the IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla stated that the game with Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), is all set to take place on this 10th April, this will go on as scheduled in spite the fragmentary protests going against which is connected with the Cauvery issue.
There had been assumption and speculations in the past which says that, with the protests hotting up, a small number of IPL matches of the present season can be shifted to the state Kerala.
Shukla further told that they had spoken to the authorities, who have agreed to give assurance that there will be massive and proper providences of the security during the matches in Chennai.
“No, Chennai match has not been shifted so far. The match will take place in Chennai itself on April 10. We have spoken to the concerned authorities. They have given full assurance that they will be providing adequate security. So far, the match would take place in Chennai and there is no plan to shift it to anywhere else. IPL is one thing that I request everyone to not drag it into political controversies,” Shukla told one media house ANI news agency.
CSK also mark their comeback to the IPL post a gap of the around two years and there is a lot of expectancy and anticipation we can see among the fans and fans are also keen to see the franchise in action.
They got off to a good beginning when some sensational batting by Dwayne Bravo and an injured Kedar Jadhav delivered an improbable one-wicket win over Mumbai Indians in their very first match of IPL 2018.
This IPL match took place at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on the last Saturday.