Four people were hurt in a stampede at the Gymkhana Grounds on Thursday, where thousands of cricket fans had gathered to buy tickets for the September 25 match. The Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) president, Mohammed Azharuddin, stated on Friday that he was disappointed by the stampede-like situation at the Gymkhana Ground on September 25 during the sale of tickets for the India-Australia Twenty20 match, but that the association was not to blame. He refused to assign blame and expressed his dissatisfaction with what had occurred. “I don’t want to point fingers. Why should I be held responsible? In reality, I am extremely disappointed with what occurred. My heart goes out to the affected families. We are looking after them “On Thursday, he told reporters in Hyderabad who he blamed for the stampede-like situation.
“Whatever happened, our Association will cover their medical expenses. If we can do anything else, we will. However, given what happened yesterday, the Hyderabad Cricket Association is not to blame “He stated.
Here Is What HCA Had To Say About The Situation
When asked what steps are being taken to avoid similar incidents in the future, he stated that the association’s ticket partner is doing a great job and there is no confusion.
In response to claims that black tickets were being sold, he stated that if such a situation occurred, the police and the Association would take strict action.
“I don’t understand how anyone could do black from our side when you’re selling tickets online,” he explained.
He hoped that cricket fans enjoyed the match on September 25. Four people were hurt in a stampede at the Gymkhana Grounds on Thursday, where thousands of cricket fans had gathered to buy tickets for the September 25 match. According to police, the injured people were taken to a hospital and are doing well.