The inaugural Champions League Twenty20 has been postponed with no clear information on when it would be held after terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

Lalit Modi, the chairman of the Champions League Twenty20 and IPL, said in an interview to a private television broadcaster: "We held consultations among all the stakeholders including the founding members, the participating teams and members of the Governing Council after the unfortunate terrorist attacks in Mumbai last night."It was agreed that in the best interests of all concerned, the inaugural edition of the Champions League twenty20 should be postponed.

"We very strongly condemn this dastardly and heinous criminal act of a few which has resulted in the loss of precious lives and injury to hundreds."We offer our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and we are with them in their hour of grief.""Taj Mahal Hotel represents India to many of the players when its attacked the feel India is too".

"There was talks of Shifting Venues but I the decision has been made to call of the league."It was only a week's worth of cricket. I would hope very much that we can squeeze it in (another time) because the cricket would have been fantastic."Said Middlesex Captain Shaun Udal.

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