Irked by a reported matter of Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association boss Anurag Thakur, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh currently said that he would not attend a India-South Africa T20 compare during Dharamsala on 2 October.
The CM, who had been during loggerheads with a HPCA, had earlier supposed a invitation to watch a compare as a goodwill gesticulate and also waived off a confidence price for the T20 tie.
But, a reported matter of Thakur after CBI raids at Virbhadra’s chateau that ‘HPCA has invited a chief minister and not Virbhadra Singh’ has irritated a CM.
“I am not going to Dharamsala to declare a T20 match between India and South Africa as HPCA boss has pronounced that he had invited a arch apportion and not Virbhadra Singh which is insulting,” Virbhadra said.
“How can anyone go for witnessing a compare in such as situation?” asked a CM.
The South African group reached Dharamsala this morning while a Indian group had arrived on Sep 28 for a T20 match.
Massive confidence and other arrangements have been made for a compare and skeleton have been put in place to avoid traffic jams.