There has been a demand in the Jharkhand High Court to postpone the second T20 match between India and New Zealand. If so, on the basis of which rule, the state government has allowed 100 percent spectators to come to the stadium.
IND vs NZ 2nd T20I in Ranchi: The second match of the three T20 match series between India and New Zealand will be played in Ranchi. After registering a spectacular victory in Jaipur in the first match under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, the spirits of the Indian team are high. Now on Friday, the second T20 match between the two teams is going to be held in Ranchi. But the clouds of trouble have started hovering over this match. Actually, a petition has been filed in the Jharkhand High Court regarding the second T20 match. It has been said in this petition that this match to be held in Ranchi should be canceled or the match should be organized in the stadium with 50 percent spectators. The petition for postponement of the match has been filed by Jharkhand High Court lawyer Dheeraj Kumar as 100 percent spectators have been allowed to enter the stadium for this match.
Petition filed for postponement of match
A demand has been made in the Jharkhand High Court to postpone the second T20 match between India and New Zealand. The petition filed in the High Court has opposed the permission to go to the match between spectators with full capacity. It has been said in the petition that in view of the danger of corona Pandemic, when the courts, temples, offices are all working with 50 percent staff, then on the basis of what rule has the state government allowed 100 percent spectators to come to the stadium. given. In the petition, an appeal has been made to the High Court that the court should postpone this match or get the match done with 50 percent spectator capacity.
Let us tell you that the Soren government of Jharkhand had earlier planned to hold matches with 50 percent spectator capacity. But later the Jharkhand government withdrew its decision and allowed matches to be held with 100 percent capacity.