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IPL 2024 Big Update: Putting an end to the speculations about shifting of IPL to United Arab Emirates (UAE) due to Lok Sabha elections in India, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah has made it clear that the entire league will be organized in India. During a media interview on Saturday, Jay Shah said that this will not happen at all and the entire tournament will be played in India only.

Let us tell you that the Indian Premier League and the 2024 Lok Sabha elections are once again face to face. This is the fourth time in the history of IPL when the league and elections are going to start at the same time. In view of this, this time half of the IPL schedule (dates of the first 21 matches from March 22 to April 7) has already been released. After the announcement of Lok Sabha election dates yesterday, BCCI can soon release the complete schedule of IPL. According to the announcement of ECI, the elections are starting from 19th April while its results will be declared on 4th June.

BCCI President calls the news of IPL being held in UAE as a rumor

Apart from BCCI secretary Jay Shah, league president Arun Dhumal also dismissed speculations on Saturday that the league would be shifted to the UAE due to the general elections to be held in the country between April 19 and June 1. He said that the reports of IPL being shifted to the Emirates due to elections were rumours.

Schedule of first 21 matches of IPL 2024

IPL has been organized outside India 4 times

It is noteworthy that BCCI had earlier organized the IPL tournament abroad during the general elections of 2009 (South Africa) and 2014 (UAE) and in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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