Today in a bid to regain the finals of the season 7 of Indian Premier League at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has agreed to revoke the ban which it has imposed on Shah Rukh Khan.
The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has agreed to all the terms and conditions set by IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal in order to get the IPL final back to Wankhede Stadium. In a three-page 14 point terms and conditions-demand, Biswal had stressed in Point 9: ‘Removal of restriction for any owners of IPL to enter Wankhede Stadium, including Mr Shah Rukh Khan.’
Shah Rukh has been banned by the MCA for five years after a Wankhede Stadium bust-up with a security guard in 2012. Since then, Shah Rukh hasn’t visited the Wankhede despite his team Kolkata Knight Riders playing here.
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MCA vice-president Ravi Savant adressed reporters saying that he had accepted all terms and conditions set by the IPL meaning Shah Rukh could now enter the Wankhede Stadium. “They have given us a letter for only this game (IPL final). All the conditions are for this game,” he insisted.
It is learnt that after MCA president Sharad Pawar’s intervention, the MCA managing committee decided to accept all IPL demands. Savant added, “We had received a letter from IPL chairman Ranjib Biswal dated May 13, and there were as many as 14 conditions. We have decided to accept all the conditions because the MCA president (Sharad Pawar) desired that the match should be played in Mumbai only and we hope that our decision will change the heart of the governing council and the match will be played in Mumbai.”
Now lets wait and watch to see about what decision the IPL governing council takes about the venues of IPL 7 final game, anywasy Mumbai Indians the home team and the defending champion of IPL wont be able to defend their title this year due to their poor performance in the season so far loosing 8 of the 10 games played so far this season.