The BCCI doesn’t aim to organize training camps because of its contracted players regardless of the clearance to start athletics complexes and stadia but will align with state institutions to resume training at a local level in the fourth stage of the lockdown.
“Considering the account the constraints on aviation and movement of individuals till May 31, the BCCI will wait before arranging a skill-based training camp because of the contracted players,” BCCI Treasurer Arun Dhumal said in a media release issued on Monday night.
However, because PTI had reported previously quoting Dhumal, arrangements have been made for training at the local level.
“The BCCI Office-Bearers will keep their interactions with the staff direction and draw a suitable plan for the whole team when the situation further enhances,” he added.
He explained that the protection of players stayed paramount for its Board.
“The Board reiterates the security and well-being of its athletes and support team are paramount and won’t rush into any conclusion that could hamper or jeopardize India’s efforts in containing the spread of this virus.” The pandemic has generated near 3,000 deaths in India, and more than 95,000 individuals have tested positive.
The worldwide death toll because of this disease has spanned 3.15 lakh, and also the number of contaminated stands in around 47 lakh.