Chennai Tremendous Kings’ six remaining house video games within the Indian Premier League have been shifted out of Chennai within the wake of the statewide protests on the Cauvery problem, in accordance with reviews.

CSK house match on Tuesday was marred by day-long protests. The protesters even tried interrupting the match by throwing sneakers on the bottom.

In accordance with sources, the Chennai Tremendous Kings CEO Kasi Viswanathan had an extended assembly with the Chennai police commissioner A.Ok. Vishwanathan and an official announcement is predicted quickly.

The ticket gross sales for Chennai Tremendous Kings’ subsequent house match on April 20, in opposition to Rajasthan Royals, have been stopped, in accordance with a TNCA official.

Stories additionally state that the BCCI has been knowledgeable that the scenario has develop into “troublesome for the police to deal with.”

Earlier, Kerala Cricket Affiliation secretary Jayesh George had indicated that Thiruvananthapuram is able to host all CSK matches. However in accordance with IPL sources, Visakhapatnam is front-runner from amongst alternate venues, with Pune and Rajkot being the others.

The BCCI officers have been apprised of the scenario and an emergency assembly is underway.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here