For Jharkhand State Cricket Association,it appears that all are equal in so far as the entry tickets for the India vs Engalnd ODI- slated to be played inside its stadium on January 19-are concerned.But the cricket’s first family belonging to the Team India captian Mahendra Singh Dhoni in Jharkhand thinks it was negligence on part of the JSCA that compelled it to stand in the queue for more than five hours on Thursday to purchase two tickets.
The Doni’s family comprise father Pan Singh,mother Devaki Devi and elder brother Narendra Singh Dhoni,his wife Mamata and their daughter Avika.No body knows if Pan Singh and Devki got the entry pass from the JSCA,Narendra,Mamata and Avika did not get it.Result?
They stood in the queue for almost five hours on Thursday and bought the tickets.”I had requested the JSCA officials to give some tickets to me and my family.They kept me waiting for weeks and then they stopped taking my calls”,cribbed Narendra.
Narendra alleged that JSCA had perpetrated an “unethical business” to sale the tickets in whole sale to a company which had made lakhs in a day.”There were other irregularties. I will bring them to light soon”,he said.