India Vs New Zealand, Kanpur Green Park Stadium
India Vs New Zealand: President Ramnath Kovind is likely to inaugurate the match on November 24 at Green Park in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, five years later. However, no official approval has been received yet. But, the district administration along with the UPCA is preparing. At the same time he says he can also open an audience gallery. Currently, the BCCI, UPCA and the district administration have started preparations. An invitation letter is being prepared to invite the President.
President Ramnath Kovind is likely to visit Kanpur on November 24 and 25. During his visit to Kanpur, Meherban Singh will visit Purva, HBTU. According to reports, the President may open the spectator gallery on November 25 for the India-New Zealand Test match. District and cricket board officials are currently preparing an invitation letter to call the president, with a final decision likely to be made on November 15.
Rent Rs 15 lakhs ..
The UPCA will pay Rs 15 lakh for the rent of the stadium for the Test match from November 25 to 29. That means a one-day fee of Rs 3 lakh.
Prepare four floodlights.
A total of four floodlights were tested at the stadium for the match in Kanpur. These lights were tested as they were lit for a long time on Wednesday. UPCA nodal officer Anil Kanse said the lights were on well. Sewers fill the newly built Visitor Players Pavilion in Greenpark. This causes water to seep out of the basement walls and cause the walls to collapse. However it is stated that marbles or flooring is being done on the walls to prevent water leakage. Also the referee room built in the Visitor Players Pavilion will be enlarged on a massive scale. So far it has been very small and only has seating for two people. Preparations are currently underway to increase its capacity.
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