The BCCI Board of Directors approved 10 IPLs for the 2022 edition at its annual shareholders meeting in Ahmedabad on Thursday.
From 2022, the Indian Premier League (IPL) will add two new teams to become 10 teams. The governing body of the Cricket Control Council of India (BCCI) approved the entry of the two new teams at the annual shareholders meeting held in Ahmedabad on Thursday. Currently, IPL is a business composed of eight teams. Another major development of BCCI also supports the proposal of the International Cricket Committee to include cricket in the 2028 Los Angeles Olympic Games.
ICC hopes to incorporate the T20 format into the 2028 Olympic Games.
The BCCI secretary and treasurer will also talk to the government on tax exemption issues to host the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup and more than 50 World Cups in 2023.
After being postponed for several months, BCCI also plans to win the domestic competition of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Championship in January.
The Indian Cricket Committee also terminated the employment of its general manager KVP Rao at its annual general meeting.
BCCI is still appointing three selectors for the national team. Former Indian pacemaker Ajit Agarkar is one of the candidates.
This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, IPL was postponed from March to October. Due to the high number of cases in India, the competition was held in the United Arab Emirates.
The Mumbai Indians defeated the Delhi Capital in the Dubai final to win their record fifth IPL trophy.
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