India vs Sri Lanka 2nd T20 Live Score: Dharamsala, Ticket sales in black outside the stadium continued throughout the day on Saturday during the first T20 match between India and Sri Lanka. On one hand, the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association administration was busy preparing for the match inside the stadium, while on the other hand, tickets were also sold in black in the counter outside the stadium. The intelligence department had also got information about this and they made efforts to catch this gang, but they could not get anything directly.
According to the information, tickets booked online were being given in the ticket counter set up after the ticket stadium. On the other hand, when a person was going to the counter to ask for a ticket without booking, the staff posted there was giving a number and saying that by talking on this number, you will get the ticket. On talking to the given number, the person was talking about giving a ticket of one thousand rupees for three thousand rupees. Take one thousand rupees ticket for three thousand rupees as much as you want.
HPCA did Kanya Puja in the stadium
Kanya Poojan is done by the SPCA before the India Sri Lanka match. Kanya Pujan was performed in the stadium premises. Two weeks ago, when HPCA had come to seek blessings from Lord Indrunag, the god of rain, during the Gurkhel, the deity had said that the girl should be worshiped on the day of the match. In which HPCA officials performed Kanya Pujan in the stadium on Saturday afternoon.
India vs Sri Lanka 2nd T20 Live Score : Arun Dhumal arrived to seek blessings from Lord Indrunag
Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association officials have again reached the temple of Aradhya Sri Indru Nag Devta located in Khanyara for worship. BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal and HPCA director Sanjay Sharma and other officials have reached the court of Shri Indru Nag Devta. The rain has stopped and the sun has come out. In such a situation, now there has been enthusiasm among the cricket lovers too. Cricket lovers are wishing that the weather is clear and can enjoy the match. At the same time, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association had already sought a vow for a successful event by offering havan and worship at Indru Nag temple. Now that the Meteorological Department has told that it will rain on 26 and 27 February. In such a situation, the concerns of HPCA increased due to rain on Saturday morning and HPCA officials have reached Indru Nag temple to offer prayers.