Bengal Cricket Association bans sale of tickets for third ODI

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The third and ultimate ODI of the 3-match sequence between India and South Africa can be performed on March 18 on the historic Irden Gardens in Kolkata. The first ODI of the sequence to be performed in Dharamshala fell on Thursday. The second ODI 15 is to be performed in Lucknow. Due to Corona virus epidemic, each these matches might be held in empty stadium. The Sports Ministry has issued a session saying that if a sports activities competitors can’t be postponed, then it needs to be organized with out a lot of spectators. <! –

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BCCI sources informed PTI on the situation of confidentiality, 'BCCI has acquired the recommendation of the Sports Ministry. If we’re suggested to keep away from gathering crowds, then now we have to comply with it.

Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) President Avishek Dalmia informed that the cab has determined to cease the sale of tickets. The cab president met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on the secretariat in Kolkata to debate these conditions.

Dalmiya informed Kolkata, 'I met the Chief Minister on the Secretariat. We will comply with the federal government directive which has been issued today and we’re stopping the sale of all tickets with fast impact.

Does it not conclude that the matches can be performed in an empty stadium, then he stated, 'I might not wish to remark in any respect. The state of affairs in the intervening time is that we are going to cease promoting tickets until additional directions. The state of affairs is identical until now.

If the matches are performed in an empty stadium, solely the TV crew, commentators and journalists can be allowed to enter the stadium along with the gamers and help workers. So far 73 folks have been contaminated with Coronavirus in India. More than one lakh folks worldwide are susceptible to this virus whereas a complete of greater than 4000 folks have misplaced their lives.

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