New Delhi: The logjam regarding Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) hosting the fourth Test between India and South Africa continued yesterday with the tax department of the state government yet to give clearance for the game scheduled from December 3-7.

DDCA are supposed to pay entertainment tax in excess of Rs 24 crore in order to get clearance for organising the match.

The last two days have been one of twists and turns even as DDCA vice president Chetan Chauhan and treasurer Ravinder Manchanda met CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday.

"Myself and Chetan Chauhan met the CM yesterday and we told them about the exorbitant entertainment tax levied. Mr Kejriwal told us to get in touch with the relevant tax commissioner Sanjay Kumar," Manchanda told PTI.