Sports / Good news for the fans of Pro Kabaddi League from this date the magic of PKL 8 will be scattered

Zoom News : Oct 05, 2021, 01:45 PM
The eighth season of Pro Kabaddi League will be held in Bengaluru from December 22 after waiting for two years. But spectators will not be allowed to come in it. PKL organizer Mashal Sports has said that keeping in mind the health of the players and the rest, it has been decided to organize the tournament without spectators. Due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, this league could not be organized in 2020. Then even in early 2021 this league could not happen. It has been said from the organizers of PKL, 'The league will be organized in one place without spectators, which will be different from the traditional way of last season. The return of PKL will be an important step towards the resumption of interactive indoor sports in India.

The organizers also considered Ahmedabad and Jaipur as hosts but ultimately decided to hand over the hosting to Bengaluru. For this, a bio-safe environment (bio bubble) will be created following the government guidelines. The organizers further said that all government guidelines and rules and regulations will be followed in the league. Necessary steps will be taken to prepare the bio bubble and implement stringent security measures. 12 teams will participate in PKL. For this the players were auctioned in August. In this, Pradeep Narwal was the most expensive player. He was joined by the team of UP Yoddha for Rs 1.65 crore.

Who said what on Pro Kabaddi League

Anupam Goswami, league commissioner and chief executive of Mashal Sports, said, “We are delighted that Karnataka will host the eighth season of the Pro Kabaddi League. Bangalore has all kinds of facilities for organizing big sporting events with all the safety measures. We are looking forward to the 8th season of PKL.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai promised all possible help to the league. He said, “Kabaddi is a genuine indigenous sport of India and extremely popular in Karnataka. We welcome and support the upcoming Pro Kabaddi event in our state.