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Four injured in jostling to buy tickets for India-Australia T20

Updated on: 22 September,2022 02:58 PM IST  |  Hyderabad
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At least a few persons, including women, felt uncomfortable following the pushing and shoving at the ground. Some of them had to be taken to hospital and their condition is safe

Four injured in jostling to buy tickets for India-Australia T20

Police personnel try to disperse fans gathered to buy tickets for India vs Australia cricket match, following a stampede at Gymkhana Ground in Hyderabad. Pic/PTI


Four persons were injured as chaotic scenes were witnessed on Thursday at the Gymkhana ground here with hundreds of cricket lovers jostling to purchase tickets for the India-Australia T20 International match to be played in the city on September 25.


At least a few persons, including women, felt uncomfortable following the pushing and shoving at the ground. Some of them had to be taken to hospital and their condition is safe, police said.

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Hundreds of cricket lovers gathered at the ground to purchase tickets and the police had a tough time managing the situation.

Some cricket enthusiasts said they came to the ground in the early hours of the day to purchase tickets.

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