The source also confirmed that shifting the tournament abroad was not discussed at all in the meeting.
The BCCI on Saturday examined the alternative of directing a reduced Indian Premier League with the eight IPL establishment proprietors in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that has prompted the occasion being suspended by a fortnight.
The BCCI on Friday suspended the IPL from March 29 to April 15 and furthermore canceled the ODI arrangement against South Africa.
“There were six to seven choices talked about during the gathering between group proprietors and BCCI including a shortened IPL,” a BCCI source told PTI on states of obscurity after the gathering here.
In India, there have been two passings and in excess of 80 positive COVID-19 cases, bringing about an administration order to close the fans out of games to keep away from huge social occasions.
The source additionally affirmed that moving the competition abroad was not talked about at all in the gathering.
COVID-19 has brought about in excess of 5,000 passings all around.
Lords XI Punjab co-proprietor Ness Wadia stated: “BCCI, IPL and (authority supporter) Star (Sports) are certain that we are not taking a gander at money related misfortune.”