IPL Governing Council convenes meeting to review various sponsorship deals after India-China border skirmish: IPL Governing Council introduced that they are going to be assembly subsequent week to evaluate the varied sponsorship offers related to the match.

IPL Governing Council convenes meeting to review various sponsorship deals after India-China border skirmish

VIVO IPL trophy. (Courtesy by BCCI)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • IPL Governing Council has convened a gathering subsequent week to evaluate IPL’s varied sponsorship offers
  • BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal mentioned that the board is open to reviewing its sponsorship coverage
  • In December final 12 months, Vivo retained the title sponsorship rights for the IPL for a whopping Rs 2,199 crore

Indian Premier League’s Governing Council on Friday introduced that they’ve convened a gathering subsequent week to evaluate IPL’s varied sponsorship offers within the wake of the India-China border skirmish.

Following the clashes between Indian and Chinese language military troopers at Ladakh’s Galwan valley, there was large outrage in India the place individuals are demanding to ban using all Chinese language merchandise.

Social media is already abuzz with followers calling for BCCI to take away Vivo, a Chinese language cellphone producer, because the title sponsor of the Indian Premier League.

IPL’s official Twitter deal with confirmed the news, stating that the GC would have a gathering subsequent week to take a closing name on the matter.

“Paying attention to the border skirmish that resulted within the martyrdom of our courageous jawans, the IPL Governing Council has convened a gathering subsequent week to evaluate IPL’s varied sponsorship offers,” acknowledged IPL.

In December final 12 months, Vivo retained the title sponsorship rights for the IPL for a whopping Rs 2,199 crore over a interval of 5 years.

“BCCI has created an infrastructure of 1000’s of crores within the nation. If a Chinese language firm is incomes cash from the Indian client and paying it to the BCCI, which in flip is giving a 40 per cent tax to the federal government, then I imagine we’re serving to the Indian trigger,” Treasurer Arun Dhumal had mentioned.

“If there’s a directive from the federal government that no Chinese language product or providers shall be allowed within the nation, BCCI shall be completely happy to stick to it. However within the absence of any such order and if that cash is being utilized in India, and for the betterment of Indian cricket, then I do not see any problem with it.”

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