India-England T-20 will be played without Darshak

India-England T-20 will be played without Darshak


The remaining three matches will be played behind closed doors, the GCA said in a statement issued to the Gujarat Cricket Association at 10 am. Refunds will be given to spectators who purchase tickets as well. The GCA has decided to play the next matches behind closed doors after considering discussions with the BCCI. As well as a policy on refunds of tickets for the remaining three matches. As well as those who have been given free tickets are requested not to visit the stadium.



                                    

Earlier, the Gujarat Cricket Association had announced on March 12 that the stadium would be kept half-empty and Kovid's guideline would be followed. But in the second T20 match between India and England on Sunday, a large number of spectators flashed the mask and social distance guidelines. One seat between the two spectators was to be left vacant but the people rushed in a huge crowd. The roads around the stadium were jammed for hours before and after the match. The government, which allowed 200 in marriages, was turning a blind eye to the crowd.


                                               


GCA fills the coffers by compromising public health The GCA is mired in debt to build the world's largest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad. There was also talk that the GCA wanted to fill its coffers by compromising the health of the people to improve its financial position. The GCA would have done so, but the state government was also turning a blind eye to the GCA's instincts at the risk of letting the people of Ahmedabad explode.



નિર્ણય The GCA, pressed by the decision to play the matches on March 16, 18 and 20 behind closed doors, risked people's lives to make money and gathered thousands of people. In the last five days, more than 700 cases of corona have been reported in the state every day. The police and the authorities have again taken up the issue of masks and social distance with the general public. But the severity of the mask and social distance breach proceedings disappears as soon as the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) is named. This led to great anger among the people. Due to this outrage, today Gujarat Cricket Association has decided to play India-England T20 without spectators. Earlier on March 14, GCAA had crowded thousands of spectators at the expense of the public in the lure of making money. But now GCA seems to have come to its senses.


GCA has come to its senses now, India-England T-20 will be played without spectators, spectators will get refunds



GCA has come to its senses now, India-England T-20 will be played without spectators, spectators will get refunds

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