IND vs AUS: Hyderabad Cricket Association in trouble, police registered FIR

The third T20 match of the series will be played between India and Australia in Hyderabad. Thousands of fans had gathered for the tickets of the match.

The police had to lathi-charge the fans who came to buy tickets.

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New Delhi. Australia The team has come to India for the 3 T20 series at this time. The first match has been played in Mohali, where India had to face defeat. The second match will be played in Nagpur on Friday. After this, the final match of the series between the two teams will be played in Hyderabad on 25 September. Before the final match, the Hyderabad Cricket Association was in trouble. A case has been registered against the association under sections 420, 337 and 21/76 of the City Police Act.

Police had to lathi charge

In fact, thousands of fans had reached the Gymkhana ground to buy tickets for the final match. There was an influx of fans outside the ground. Soon the crowd became uncontrollable. The police had to lathi-charge to control the crowd. There was chaos everywhere, due to which many people got injured. Videos of this stampede are also becoming quite viral on social media. Now a case has been registered against Hyderabad Association on the same matter. International match is going to be organized in Hyderabad after a long time. In such a situation, the fans are eager to see their stars. People started queuing for match tickets from 3 in the morning. As the day progressed, the crowd also started increasing. The fans also got angry on the Hyderabad Association over the poor arrangement.

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