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CAB club files complaint for pitch vandalism

Press Trust of India  |  Kolkata 

The Club, a first division club of the Cricket Association of Bengal, has filed a complaint against an act of pitch vandalism with the local season about a fortnight away.

The incident happened around 11.15pm last night and when the ground staff raised an alarm the miscreants fled, wrote the complaint lodged at the Maidan Police Station.



"A few miscreants have dug and damaged the pitch of our club ground," club secretary Avishek Dalmiya wrote in the complaint.

He termed it an act of conspiracy to financially rob them ahead of the season and tarnish the club, from where Jagmohan Dalmiya made his way into the top echelons of the and ICC.

"The preparation of the pitch costs quite a lot and as the CAB season is to commence from December 16 it's an act of conspiracy to rob the club financially and also put its reputation in jeopardy. The and order situation in the vicinity may also be in stake because of this."

"We request you take the cognizance of the complaint, take necessary preventive measures for protection of the property of the club and apprehend the culprits," it added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The incident happened around 11.15pm last night and when the ground staff raised an alarm the miscreants fled, wrote the complaint lodged at the Maidan Police Station.

"A few miscreants have dug and damaged the pitch of our club ground," club secretary Avishek Dalmiya wrote in the complaint.

He termed it an act of conspiracy to financially rob them ahead of the season and tarnish the club, from where Jagmohan Dalmiya made his way into the top echelons of the and ICC.

"The preparation of the pitch costs quite a lot and as the CAB season is to commence from December 16 it's an act of conspiracy to rob the club financially and also put its reputation in jeopardy. The and order situation in the vicinity may also be in stake because of this."

"We request you take the cognizance of the complaint, take necessary preventive measures for protection of the property of the club and apprehend the culprits," it added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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CAB club files complaint for pitch vandalism

The Club, a first division club of the Cricket Association of Bengal, has filed a complaint against an act of pitch vandalism with the local season about a fortnight away.

The incident happened around 11.15pm last night and when the ground staff raised an alarm the miscreants fled, wrote the complaint lodged at the Maidan Police Station.

"A few miscreants have dug and damaged the pitch of our club ground," club secretary Avishek Dalmiya wrote in the complaint.

He termed it an act of conspiracy to financially rob them ahead of the season and tarnish the club, from where Jagmohan Dalmiya made his way into the top echelons of the and ICC.

"The preparation of the pitch costs quite a lot and as the CAB season is to commence from December 16 it's an act of conspiracy to rob the club financially and also put its reputation in jeopardy. The and order situation in the vicinity may also be in stake because of this."

"We request you take the cognizance of the complaint, take necessary preventive measures for protection of the property of the club and apprehend the culprits," it added.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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