Fifty Percent Spectators Allowed For India Sri Lanka T20 Match In Dharamshala

Samvad News Agency, Dharamshala

Published by: Arvind Thakur
Updated Thu, 17 Feb 2022 08:03 PM IST

Summary

Of course, the BCCI has allowed 50 percent spectator entry in the Dharamsala stadium, but the BCCI and HPCA will have to follow the health department’s Kovid guidelines.

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For the final T20 cricket match between India and West Indies on February 20 at the Eden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata, the BCCI has allowed spectators to enter the field with 50 percent capacity. Along with this, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) has received information from BCCI to allow spectators with 50 percent capacity in two T20 matches between India and Sri Lanka on February 26 and 27 in Dharamsala. On this, HPCA will meet in a day or two to clarify the whole situation. A decision will be taken in the meeting whether tickets for the match will be sold or passes will be issued to the spectators.

According to the information, passes will be issued to the members of HPCA and their families in Dharamsala on the lines of the last T20 match of the series between India and West Indies in Kolkata. At the same time, after getting the information about the entry of the audience, HPCA has started preparations for it too. Soon the work of cleaning all the stands will be started. About 11000 spectators will get admission in the 22000 capacity Dharamshala Stadium. It has total 14 stands including Corporate Box, VIP Box, Club Lodge.

Corona guideline will have to be followed
Of course, the BCCI has allowed 50 percent spectator entry in the Dharamsala stadium, but the BCCI and HPCA will have to follow the health department’s Kovid guidelines. Keeping all these things in mind, how will the audience be allowed, a decision has to be taken in the meeting.

Permission given to spectators with 50 percent capacity: Sumit
HPCA Secretary Sumit Sharma said that for the two T20 cricket matches in Dharamsala, the BCCI has allowed the entry of spectators with 50 percent capacity. HPCA has received the information. Earlier both these matches were to be held without spectators. The decision on ticket sales and issuance of passes will be taken in the special meeting of HPCA.

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For the final T20 cricket match between India and West Indies on February 20 at the Eden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata, the BCCI has allowed spectators to enter the field with 50 percent capacity. Along with this, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) has received information from BCCI to allow spectators with 50 percent capacity in two T20 matches between India and Sri Lanka on February 26 and 27 in Dharamsala. On this, HPCA will meet in a day or two to clarify the whole situation. A decision will be taken in the meeting whether tickets for the match will be sold or passes will be issued to the spectators.

According to the information, passes will be issued to the members of HPCA and their families in Dharamsala on the lines of the last T20 match of the series between India and West Indies in Kolkata. At the same time, after getting the information about the entry of the audience, HPCA has started preparations for it too. Soon the work of cleaning all the stands will be started. About 11000 spectators will get admission in the 22000 capacity Dharamshala Stadium. It has total 14 stands including Corporate Box, VIP Box, Club Lodge.

Corona guideline will have to be followed

Of course, the BCCI has allowed 50 percent spectator entry in the Dharamsala stadium, but the BCCI and HPCA will have to follow the health department’s Kovid guidelines. Keeping all these things in mind, how will the audience be allowed, a decision has to be taken in the meeting.

Permission given to spectators with 50 percent capacity: Sumit

HPCA Secretary Sumit Sharma said that for the two T20 cricket matches in Dharamsala, the BCCI has allowed the entry of spectators with 50 percent capacity. HPCA has received the information. Earlier both these matches were to be held without spectators. The decision on ticket sales and issuance of passes will be taken in the special meeting of HPCA.

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