The franchise officials had a conference call last week, raising eyebrows.
Asked what he meant by measures, the official said that logistics would be an issue and so it would have to be ensured that the tournament is played in a state like Maharashtra as it has around four global stadiums available.
The outburst led to the postponement of IPL from March 29 to April 15.
"No questions of taking calls in individual capacity, it is just a case of taking further stock of the situation considering that the government is trying to do its best to fight the pandemic and has now even ordered lockdown around the country", the official said. "The only thing which is relevant is in what we are living in and it is a world war three situation where we are fighting to help so many people", Wadia said.
Delhi was the first to announce a ban on IPL amid coronavirus outbreak which meant all the IPL-related work at the Arun Jaitely Stadium including the pitch preparation crash landed even before taking flight.
"The latest we can wait is till the end of April". Nothing has changed in the last 10 days. We are at the same place where we were on the day we postponed. And Sourav Ganguly's statement on the fate of the tournament has made it more or less clear that any chances of starting IPL 2020 is all but over. So, I don't have an answer to it.
He stated that the Future Tour Programs (FTP) have already been scheduled. It's there and you can't change the FTP.
The BCCI and all its stakeholders are set to incur huge financial losses if the current scenario doesn't improve anytime soon and ultimately force the cancelation of IPL for the first time since its inception in 2008.
"I am not sure whether you can get insurance money". Because this is a government lockdown.
The lockdown, christened "complete safety restrictions", covers all municipal and district towns besides some rural areas in other parts of the state and started from from 5 pm on Monday.