Hyderabad Teen Injured In Chaotic India vs Australia Match Ticket Gross sales

About 15,000 folks gathered on the floor.

Hyderabad:

A younger girl in Telangana who stood in queue to purchase tickets for a cricket match was injured after getting caught in a stampede-like state of affairs on Thursday.

19-year-old Syed Alia, a resident of Trimulgherry in Secunderabad, had queued up on the Gymkhana grounds to purchase offline tickets for the India-Australia T20 cricket match. Instantly after the gate opened to start out ticket gross sales, followers rushed without delay because it was raining, inflicting a chaotic stampede-like state of affairs.

Syed Alia fell down and needed to be shifted to Yashoda Hospital with flesh wounds and inside accidents. She additionally has blood clots in her eyes and scratches on the facet of her face.

Syed Alia’s mom has mentioned the hospital officers demanded advance deposits for additional remedy. 

Telangana Sports activities Minister V Srinivas Goud and Hyderabad Cricket Affiliation (HCA) President Mohammad Azharuddin have mentioned the HCA will bear the medical remedy value of all those that had been injured.

Cops had a tough time managing the group, and even resorted to lathicharge.

About 15,000 folks gathered on the floor.

Media experiences mentioned the push for tickets is as a result of Hyderabad is internet hosting a global cricket match after over two years.

The third T20 cricket match between India and Australia is scheduled to be held on the Rajiv Gandhi Worldwide Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad on September 25.

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