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Azharuddin, HCA members have registered a case after the stampedeMEERI News

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HyderabadThe city police have registered a case against Hyderabad Cricket Association president Mohammad Azharuddin and other members of the HCA after the stampede in the gymkhana ground.

The complaint was filed by a sub-inspector who was injured in the stampede as well as an injured woman. It is alleged that the HCA sold the tickets in the black at a huge price.

A report by Begumpet Police Station Inspector P Srinivasa Rao newsmeter The woman said, “A large share of T-20 cricket match tickets were sold in black. When HCA’s appointed contractor Paytm opened a counter at the Gymkhana ground in Secunderabad on Thursday, the crowd erupted when a man claimed that only 3000 tickets were left while the rest were sold out. After this, the crowd erupted causing a stampede-like situation.

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It is being told that around 20 cricket fans were injured and a couple were rendered unconscious. Seven people have reportedly been admitted to the hospital. The two patients who have been discharged are Sujata and Sai Kishore, both 25 years old.

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