The Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) has declared 5000 free tickets for men in uniform for the third Test among India and South Africa on Saturday.
JSCA secretary Sanjay Sahay told “We have set aside around five thousand tickets to the match for our CRPF jawans, army men and NCC cadets”. “It is our tribute to the men in uniform, we have also distributed tickets among school children in different districts.”
This isn’t the 1st run through Indian cricket and Ranchi has met up to compensation tribute to the Indian armed force. Prior this year February, Indian cricket team player wore cap of camouflage as a tribute to the loss of lives in the Pulwama fear assaults. Former Captain MS Dhoni will join with their Army team to encourage Indian cricket team in 3rd Test match.
The South Africa cricketers had an incident upon their appearance in the city. It has been accounted that the players needed to walk right to another hotel that the group transport stalled out at the previous setting. Thus, the BCCI needed to apportion an alternate lodging to South Africa – situated around 13 kms from the arena – than the one Indian cricket crew is remaining in.
JSCA authority said “The spaces for that had been reserved one year ahead of time”. “In any case, the appointments are not done by us. It was finished by the Board itself.”