IND vs NZ T20: Cloud of crisis over India-New Zealand T20 to be held in Ranchi, application in High Court to postpone the match

There is a crisis in the second match of the ongoing T20 cricket series between India and New Zealand. There is a demand to postpone the match to be held on November 19 (Friday) at Ranchi Stadium. A petition has been filed in the Jharkhand High Court seeking to postpone the match or allow only 50 percent of the spectators in the stadium.


Advocate Dheeraj Kumar has filed a petition in the Jharkhand High Court against opening of 100 per cent seats to spectators in the second T20 match of the series between New Zealand and India to be held at JSCA Stadium of Jharkhand State Cricket Association on Friday. The lawyer has opposed the permission to organize cricket matches with 100% capacity.

The petitioner said that when the state’s temples, courts and other offices are working with 50 percent staff regarding the corona infection, under which rule has the state government given permission to use the cricket stadium with 100 percent capacity? In the petition, the lawyer has sought to postpone Friday’s match or ban the use of the stadium at 100 percent capacity.

Opposed to match with 100 percent capacity

The lawyer has also made a special request in the court for early hearing on the petition so that the hearing can be done at the earliest and the order of the state government in this matter can be stayed. It is important that two days ago the state government had allowed to book only 50 percent of the stadium’s seats for the cricket match between New Zealand and India, but then this decision was withdrawn and the organizers were given all the seats of the stadium for the match. Allowed to book seats. The second match of the T20I series of the India-New Zealand cricket series is scheduled to be held here on Friday with massive preparations being made here.


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