PSL 6 in jeopardy after Indian broadcasters sent back to Dubai

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The resumption of Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 6 has once again come in danger after Abu Dhabi’s health ministry revoked the clearance of Indian broadcasters.

According to the reports, three batches of Indian broadcasters were advised to leave Abu Dhabi by their Health Ministry. Reportedly, some of the Indian broadcasters breached COVID-19 SoPs.

The matter has become sensitive now as it can further delay the start of the mega-event. PSL management is coping up with this matter as the Indian crew includes important members of the broadcasting team.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)’s high-ups are chairing an online meeting with franchises owners to decide what to do next. Reports further claimed that they are now also considering moving the league to Sharjah where COVID-19 restrictions are slightly lighter than Abu Dhabi.

The remaining 20 matches of PSL 6 were scheduled to start in the first week of June. But, now it seems impossible to start the league on time.

Read: Shahid Afridi suffers back pain, to miss remaining PSL 6

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