In a hit to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) fans, an abnormal state source in the Board of Control for Cricket in India disclosed to TNM that the Vivo IPL 2018 matches might be moved out of the city in light of the dissents that shook Chennai before the April 10 match.
“We are probably going to move the Chennai matches out of the city. An official proclamation will be discharged about this soon,” said a top source in the BCCI to TNM.
The BCCI had specified worries for the security of the players and that the police were thinking that its hard to deal with the challenges. Be that as it may, it has not been chosen where these matches will be held.
This comes hours after executive Seeman told the media, “Tomorrow we will challenge. The April 20 match won’t occur.”
Seeman alongside chiefs Bharathiraja, Ameer and other partnered parties had as of late shaped a Forum for Welfare of Tamil Art and Literature that will battle for causes, for example, the Cauvery issue.
On Tuesday, Chennai saw enormous dissents when instigators having a place with different gatherings laid attack to Anna Salai. There were unsettling influences amid the match as well and a couple of shoes were tossed into the ground, and 6 Naam Tamizhar protestors were captured.
Tamizhar Vazhvu Urmayi Katchi held a short sit-in dissent, and not long after from that point forward, a few gatherings including the VCK, Naam Thamizhar, SDPI, came in huge numbers and plunged at the Anna Statue on Anna Salai. Individuals from the film clique additionally challenged the match being held in Chennai.
Staunch CSK supporter and team mascot Saravanan Hari, known for his trademark yellow-paint take a gander at IPL recreations, was likewise assaulted by a gathering of dissidents outside the stadium.
Chennai’s MA Chidambaram should hold an aggregate of seven matches.
Prior, there were theories that the matches including CSK and Royal Challengers Bangalore, which should be held at settings in Chennai and Bengaluru, would be moved to a stadium in Kerala.
Kerala Cricket Association Jayesh George told the media on Sunday that discussions for these progressions had just started.
Political gatherings, ranchers and even performing artists have been holding challenges the non-arrangement of the Cauvery Management Board and have additionally requested that IPL matches ought not to be directed in Chennai, as it would expel center from the progressing battle against the Center.
Chennai saw monstrous challenges on Tuesday, the day the CSK played its first home match.