Tamil outfit threatens to stage protest against IPL matches
The cricket board has been apprised of "our sentiments," fisheries minister D Jayakumar said
Day 2 of the mega rally along the Cauvery basin, in Tamil Nadu. PIC/PTI
Opposition to IPL matches to be held in the city intensified on Monday with a pro-Tamil outfit agitating over the Cauvery issue threatening to hold protests outside the game venue on Tuesday.
The state government, on its part, put the onus on the IPL governing body for conducting the matches. The cricket board has been apprised of "our sentiments," fisheries minister D Jayakumar said. He said "it would be good" if the BCCI respected the sentiments and not conduct the match here but government would provide all support including security as per laid down guidelines.
'Prepare Cauvery scheme by May 3'
The Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the Centre for not framing a scheme for the implementation of its verdict on the sharing of Cauvery river water as it declined its plea for deferring the issue by three months.
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