Shukla assures of incident-free IPL

Updated: 18 February 2010 11:33 IST

BCCI finance committee chairman Rajiv Shukla said all necessary arrangements would be made to ensure an incident-free IPL.

Ghaziabad:

BCCI finance committee chairman Rajiv Shukla has allayed the security fears of foreign cricketers participating in the Indian Premier League starting next month, saying all necessary arrangements would be made to ensure an incident-free IPL.

Shukla, who is also a Congress MP, said that no threat to foreign players by anyone, including Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, would be tolerated.

"Adequate security will be provided to all the foreign players in the forthcoming IPL and no threat by Thackeray or any other will be tolerated," Shukla said.

Talking to reporters at the residence of Congress leader and former MLA Surender Kumar Munni, Shukla said, "It is the government who will arrange intensive security for the players during the IPL.

"No lapse in security measures will be tolerated. The government is very serious about security of players and nobody will be allowed to jeopardise that," he said.

Topics : Cricket Indian Premier League, 2013
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