India-England Test: Entry Of Tourists Closed In Dharamshala Cricket Stadium For Preparations, Test Match Will Start From March 7

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HPCA Secretary Avnish Parmar told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that to avoid any hindrance in all the preparations, a ban has been imposed on the movement of tourists from outside states. Entry to Dharamshala Cricket Stadium is going to be restored only after the fifth match between India and England.

The match between India and England will be held in the beautiful Dharamshala Stadium - Photo: Diary Times

The match between India and England will be held in the beautiful Dharamshala Stadium - Photo: Diary Times

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Keeping in view all the preparations for the fifth and final Test match to be played between the teams of India and England, the entry of all types of tourists in Dharamshala Cricket Stadium has been completely banned. Now, it has been decided to allow tourists coming from outside states and various districts of Himachal Pradesh to enter the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium only after the fifth World Test Championship match to be played between India and England.

The test team of India and England is going to be played from 7th March. Due to which, the work of improving the pitch and outfield for the fifth Test match by Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) is continuously going on war footing. To ensure that the movement of tourists from outside states does not create any kind of problem and hindrance, the entry of Dharamshala Cricket Stadium has been completely closed by HPCA. Now only laborers and staff working in Dharamshala Cricket Stadium are being allowed to enter.

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The teams of India and England are going to reach Dharamshala on March 3 for the fifth Test match. All kinds of arrangements are being made by the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association for the stay of the teams of India and England. After reaching Dharamshala, the teams of India and England are going to practice for three days at the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium.

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An important target has been set by HPCA to complete all the ongoing work in Dharamshala Cricket Stadium by March 1. All the stands of Dharamshala Cricket Stadium are also being cleaned. HPCA Secretary Avnish Parmar told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that to avoid any hindrance in all the preparations, a ban has been imposed on the movement of tourists from outside states. Entry to Dharamshala Cricket Stadium is going to be restored only after the fifth match between India and England.

Kangra Police Department Started Preparation to make the roads one-way during the movement of teams of India and England –

Kangra Police Department has also started preparations to ensure all types of security arrangements and smooth traffic during the India-England Test. Kangra Superintendent of Police Shalini Agnihotri said that a meeting is going to be held with the HPCA management soon. Feedback will be taken in the meeting as to how many tickets have been sold. The traffic plan is going to be prepared on this basis only. If the crowd of spectators is less during the Test match then the duties of the police personnel are going to be reduced.

During the India and England Test match, the respective road routes are going to be declared one-way only at the time of arrival and departure of Both the teams. The police ground in Dharamshala and the football ground being built in Charan Khad are going to be used for parking. If parking problem still arises, other nearby areas can be marked for parking By Kangra Police Department.

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Kumud Sharma is the First Well-Known Female Journalist of the Journalism World of Himachal Pradesh. I am the Founder, Editor in Chief, Managing Director, Promoter of Diary Times. As a Female Journalist, With My Experience of More Than Nine Years, I Tell You Every News of Himachal Pradesh From The Ground Level With Absolutely Accurate and Correct Information, Be it the Politics of Himachal Pradesh or the Ground Reality, My Perspective On Every News Will Give You Assurance. I Assure You That Every News of Mine Will Comply With the Expertise and Fact Checking Policy.

 

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