ipl not held in india.is this good or bad for india?

India
March 23, 2009 1:39pm CST
there was very bad news for ipl fans that ipl not held in india.in your suggessions is this good or bad for india.
3 responses
@abhi_bangal (3686)
• India
24 Mar 09
See, the question is not being good or bad for India. India does not depend of a sport even if it is cricket. And yes, though the craze of IPL is really the greatest presently, it is not greater than a country or the security of the players or the fans. The individual is at any given time more important than anything else. So, I think, it is a good move to change the location and move it out of India. But yes, the fire power behind the game would get a big loss as its difficult to say what the spectators would respond. But let's hope that the game recives warm welcome even if it is staged outside India - either England or South Africa.
• India
24 Mar 09
First of all we all need to understand is the IPL,BCCI and the Team Franchisee are here to make money at the cost of people of our country. Election are the first priority and the Govt has wisely decided by saying they cannot provoide security to cricketers as well as fans during matches as it coincides with the poll dates. The tournament could have been postponed and payed at a later dates in India itself. That means a loss of revenue to the board and the franchisee, for which they are not ready for. At last the lossers are the fans who are deprived of their chances of seeing their favourite players playing. Cricket is popular because of the people, and the interests of the people should be considered upon anything. What would you say?
• India
23 Mar 09
ipl not held it in india it is too bad and shame for india and indian cricket .. it may brings high economic loss for india and bcci . the real bad luck for cricket fans they will not able to watch even a single match .