Defense lawyer Dheeraj Kumar has filed a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Jharkhand High Court, requesting the postponement of the upcoming second T20 international game. India New Zealand and New Zealand will play in Ranchi on Friday, November 19. Both teams clashed in three T20 international matches with Rohit Sharma. Won the first game in Jaipur on November 17.
The match held at Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur saw 100% spectator capacity. Similarly, the second T20I of the Ranchi Jharkhand Cricket Association Stadium will also be played in the stands with 100% spectator capacity. The petitioner is in his Peel.
Local advocates said he was dissatisfied with the state Cricket Association’s decision to allow 100% of spectators to watch the game, even though the state’s courts, temples, and other offices continue to operate at 50% capacity.
India’s situation with regard to COVID-19 has stabilized, so after obtaining full permission from local government authorities, BCCI allowed all three T20Is in New Zealand to be fully loaded.
At the same time, the petitioner’s defense lawyer Dheeraj Kumar was apparently on another page and asked the court to intervene. In his PIL, he called for postponing the game or allowing the game to continue at half the capacity of the stadium.
JSCA overturned the decision to own 50% of production capacity; after holding the full game in Jaipur, make it 100%
The Jharkhand Cricket Association previously only allowed 50% of the audience to enter the stadium, but this decision was overturned after the Rajasthan Cricket Association was approved to hold a symposium for the first T20I.
“The State Government’s Ministry of Interior has sought guidance on the admission of spectators while also complying with the COVID-19 agreement. The Rajasthan Cricket Association has obtained permission from the department in this regard to allow spectators to enter the game,” RCA Secretary Mahendra Sharma once said.
Although there are no crowd restrictions for the T20I series in Jaipur, spectators can enter the Sawai Mansingh Stadium if they have a vaccination certificate or a negative RT-PCR test.
Unfortunately, people have seen crowds blatantly violating COVID-19 guidelines, and most crowds and local police have failed to observe social distancing or wear masks in public.