INDvSA: UPCA to return four crores of followers

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) will refund the ticket cash to the spectators after the choice to carry the second ODI between India and South Africa on March 15 on the empty stadium resulting from Corona virus.

According to the organizers, tickets price Rs four crore had been bought thus far. UPCA director and secretary Yudhadveer Singh mentioned after assembly with district administration officers on Thursday night that in view of the hazard of corona virus, it has been determined to carry a cricket match in an empty stadium with out spectators.

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He was requested if the media could be allowed to come back to the stadium to cowl the match and he mentioned that no resolution has been taken on this regard but. <! –

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In response to a query, he mentioned that any loss resulting from ticket gross sales will likely be borne by the UP Cricket Association. Viewers who purchased tickets will likely be refunded their cash.

Singh mentioned that 'UPCA and Ekana administration are making intensive preparations for the match. Both groups will arrive within the metropolis by midday on March 13. To accommodate them, preparations for 5 star resorts have been made in numerous areas of the town.

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Singh mentioned that the entry of any outsider within the resorts the place the gamers will keep will likely be fully banned. For this, the district administration can also be making strict safety preparations.

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