IPL DON'T Need Chinese Sponsors : Kings Eleven Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia

Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic affected the lives of people around the world, a massive Lockdown followed by it has led to cancellation and postponement of many big events. Indian Premiere Leage is one of the events thoroughly loved by the people. After a much clear India China border tension, 59 Chinese apps were banned in India. Now, kings Eleven Punjab Co-owner Ness Wadia mentions to not entertain Chinese investor in Indian Premiere League. 

Chinese mobile company Vivo has made a total of INR 440 crore investment to BCCI in order to become the title sponsor. Their contract lasts til 2022. Apart from Vivo, there are other names with Chinese involvement included in IPL. Some of the names are Paytm, Swiggy and Dream 11. Ness Wadia makes a point to emphasise on the rather looking for Indian sponsors for IPL. Looking for replacement of these sponsors will definitely not be easy however, considering the situation our country is currently facing with China, it sure looks like the need of the hour. 


Ever since tension broke between India and China at Galwan Valley, around 20 India soldiers have been martyred. Following which India banned 59 Chinese apps in the name of safeguarding the integrity and data protection. Tiktok, Share it , UC Browser are some of the prominant apps banned by Indian government. 

अधिक जानकारी और खबरों के लिये हमारे ब्लॉग न्यूज़ से जुड़े रहे  

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