Stampede outside Narendra Modi Stadium over IPL tickets (PC: Video Screenshot)
New Delhi.Who will be the champion of IPL 2023? Its decision will be taken in Ahmedabad on the evening of 28 May. Who will be challenged in the final in front of Chennai Super Kings, it will be decided on Friday. Everyone is eagerly waiting for the finale. BCCI has also started preparing for the final. Before this, the second qualifier will be played between Mumbai and Gujarat at the Narendra Modi Stadium, but before this match, there has been a huge lapse from the board, due to which the people had to bear the brunt.
Due to the negligence of BCCI, people kept getting upset. Due to the lapse of the board, the crowd outside the stadium increased so much that someone’s scooty broke down and someone climbed on top of someone. BCCI has completely failed to manage the process of IPL 2023 final tickets. Because of which there was a stampede outside the stadium in Ahmedabad.
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Negligence of BCCI
Actually, no official announcement was made about offline tickets, but those who had booked tickets online had to go to the counter and show the QR code and take the hard copy of the ticket from there. On the previous day, the window was opened for ticket collection from 11 am to 6 pm, due to which many people gathered outside the stadium. The police had to handle the crowd of fans.
counter closed on qualifier day
Despite this, people were seen trying to go ahead by climbing over each other. Some people fell down in the crowd, but regardless of them others were seen climbing on top of them and going ahead. Women also got trapped in this stampede. The video of this lapse of BCCI outside the stadium is becoming quite viral on social media. According to the official notice, tickets will not be given on the day of the qualifier match. In such a situation, now the fans can take their tickets on the next day of the qualifiers.
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