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Admirable decision of BCCI! Do ‘this’ job on every dot ball in the play-offs

On Tuesday (May 23), the first qualifier of Indian Premier League 2023 will be Chennai Super Kings Vs. Will be playing in Gujarat Titans team. Gujarat captain Hardik Pandya won the toss and decided to bowl first in this match at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium. From this match, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) started a commendable campaign.

Mohammad Shami was bowling the first over after the Chennai team came into bat in the first qualifier match. Instead of a dot, the no-run ball he bowled in his first over was replaced by a picture of a tree. Seeing this sudden change, many fans expressed surprise on social media and asked what kind of thing this is.

When informed about this, it is understood that BCCI is going to plant as many as 500 trees with every no run ball that is bowled in the play offs. This means if 100 no-balls are bowled in the four play-offs, BCCI will plant 50,000 trees across the country.

BCCI is accused of not participating in social activities. However, his decision is being appreciated on social media. BCCI President Roger Binny, BCCI Secretary Jai Shah, Treasurer Ashish Shelar were present in Chennai to watch the Qualifier One match.

After the first qualifier, the eliminator match between Mumbai Indians and Lucknow Supergiants will also be played in Chennai. After that, the second qualifier and the final match will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

(BCCI going to plant 500 Trees for each dot-ball in IPL Playoffs)

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