BCCI has not ruled out Chennai as World T20 venue, says Thakur

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Mumbai: The M A Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai faces certain problems forward of a ICC World Twenty20 subsequent year, though a BCCI has not nonetheless ruled out a belligerent as one of a venues for a biennial event.

“We hold a minute contention today. There were certain centres that were given deadlines of Aug 25 to contention execution reports and we are still watchful for their certificates. Yes, in Chennai there was some problem. We had been gripping it pending,” pronounced BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur here today.

File design of Anurag Thakur. AFPFile design of Anurag Thakur. AFP

File design of Anurag Thakur. AFP

He talked to reporters after a BCCI assembly to take batch of a preparations for a mega eventuality commencing on Mar 11, 2016.

“We have not ruled out Chennai. The usually emanate is that matches can be played in Chennai. There are certain stipulations – can’t play Sri Lanka there, 3 stands are not finish and we can’t keep Indian fans divided from those stands,” pronounced a BCCI secretary.

“I consider that conditions won’t arise,” he pronounced when asked either a BCCI had any standby venue in consideration.

Kolkata is set to horde a final on Apr 3.

“There are many things to be deliberate before allocating matches to any venue. We all know what are a limitations, that teams can’t play in that centres. That’s because today’s assembly was hold to find out that are a right venues and how we can organize a successful World Cup in 2016 in India,” a BCCI secretary said.

“There’s no new march of action. We will send sum to a ICC (International Cricket Council). They will approve it and afterwards a fixtures will be released,” he explained.

Thakur pronounced that BCCI was really penetrating to make a 2016 World Cup a good knowledge for a cricket fans.

“2011 was a successful World Cup (Fifty overs) in India. The new plea is what additional can we do. The 2016 World (Twenty20) Cup would be dedicated to fans who should have a good experience.

“We are going to appoint specific areas for specifically abled people. There should be turnstiles in any area. There should be correct security. The toilets contingency be purify and there contingency be celebration water. These are simple amenities that should be there.”