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No poster, banner in Guwahati’s Barsapara Stadium, only purse, mobiles permitted

Spectators often carry various posters, banners and placards along with them to support their favourite team but they will not be allowed to do so in the Guwahati T20I.

SNS | New Delhi |

The three-match India-Sri Lanka series is scheduled to begin on Sunday. Prior to the match, President of the Assam Cricket Association (ACA) Devajit Saikia has stated that only mobile phones and purses will be permitted inside Guwahati’s Barsapara stadium premises for the match. He, in fact stated, “Except for mobile phones and purses, no other item will be allowed inside the stadium,” as quoted by ANI.

Boundary placards, posters not to be seen in Guwahati encounter

Spectators, especially in the Indian subcontinent, often carry various posters, banners and placards along with them to support their favourite team but they will not be allowed to do so in the Guwahati T20I. However, when Saikia was asked about this, he emphasised on the fact that “no other item will be allowed inside the stadium.”

Saikia wants no other activity inside the stadium other than Cricket

Sakia further stated that he does not know anything about the protests against and for the amendment of the Citizenship Amendment Act. He added that there should be no other activity inside the stadium except cricket and even food and drinks shall be available inside the stadium.