IPL organisers should be asked to refrain from making 'Cheerleaders' dance during matches, says intervener in drought matter

The intervener in IPL matter made this request to the court citing that it doesn't go well with sentiments of people of drought-hit state.

IPL organisers should be asked to refrain from making 'Cheerleaders' dance during matches, says intervener in drought matter

New Delhi: The Bombay High Court, who are hearing the apprehensions of moving the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches out of the state due severe water crisis, heard another plea of the intervener in IPL matter.

According to ANI, the intervener in IPL matter has requested the court, that the tournament's organisers should be asked to refrain from making Cheerleaders' dance during matches.

The intervener in IPL matter made this request to the court citing that it doesn't go well with sentiments of people of drought-hit state.

With the state being said to have asserted on shifting IPL out of the state after having no affinity for matches, the matter of Cheerleaders dancing in the state during games has cropped up being another issue now for the court to decide.

The BCCI seems to have being cornered as more misery is being piled upon with the entire scenario.

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