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Hyderabad Cricket Affiliation (HCA) president Mohammed Azharuddin on Friday mentioned he was very disenchanted over the stampede-like scenario on the Gymkhana Floor right here through the sale of tickets for the India-Australia T20 match on September 25 however mentioned the affiliation isn’t at fault within the unlucky incident. He refused in charge anyone and mentioned he was very disenchanted with what had occurred. “I do not wish to blame anyone. Why ought to I blame anyone. Truly, I’m very disenchanted with what occurred. My coronary heart goes to the households. We’re taking good care of them,” he advised reporters in Hyderabad when requested whom he held liable for the stampede-like scenario on Thursday.
“No matter occurred, from our Affiliation, we’re taking good care of their medical bills. If something extra we will do, we will certainly do. However, if you happen to see what occurred yesterday, it isn’t Hyderabad Cricket Affiliation’s fault,” he mentioned.
Requested what steps are being taken to forestall recurrence of such incidents in future, he mentioned the tickets are bought by the affiliation’s ticket accomplice which has accomplished a superb job and that there is no such thing as a confusion.
Referring to allegations about tickets being bought in black, he mentioned police and the Affiliation would take strict motion if any such incident occurs.
“When your promoting the tickets on-line, how anyone can do from our aspect black I do not perceive,” he mentioned, explaining the process concerned within the course of.
He hoped that the cricket lovers would benefit from the match on September 25.
4 individuals suffered minor accidents when a stampede-like scenario prevailed on Thursday on the Gymkhana Grounds within the metropolis, the place 1000’s of cricket-lovers gathered to purchase tickets for the match scheduled for September 25.
The injured individuals have been taken to a hospital and have been wonderful, police had mentioned.
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