Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The 2019 season of our most loved sports tournament Indian Premier League (IPL) will not organise the opening ceremony after the authorities CoA running Indian cricket on Friday decided to allocate the money for it to the martyrs of the CRPF force killed in the Pulwama attack. The ceremony of the T20 association are excitement packed with Bollywood stars performances. Be that as it may, as a sign of appreciation to the killed CRPF men, it has been chosen to donate the money which would spent in the opening ceremony of the occasion’s twelfth release starting March 23. “We will not have any inaugural function for the IPL and the money budgeted for that goes to the martyrs’ families,” said Committee of Administrators chairman Vinod Rai. CoA member Vinod Rai:We'll write to ICC expressing our concerns about attacks that took place & that security of players, officials & everybody else must be taken care of. We're telling cricketing community that in future we must sever ties with nations from where terror emanates pic.twitter.com/XS5BgkM4ql— ANI (@ANI) February 22, 2019 There has been also a call to snap sporting ties with Pakistan. The Rai-drove CoA ruled against taking stand on the World Cup conflict against Pakistan however said it would independently encourage ICC individuals to “sever ties with any nation that is a terrorist hub”. Defending champions Chennai Super Kings will play against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 1st match of the season on March 23.