Gavaskar, Manjerekar escaped from a serious accident at Ekana Stadium



Former Indian Prime Minister Sunni Gawaskar and Sandja Mandjrekar escaped from the police when one of the glass doors of the comment box in the newly built Ekana fell crashing as the duo entered the cloak.

Stage Ekana, which was renamed as Atal Bihari Vajpayee International Cricket Stadium by chief minister Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityananth earlier today, made its debut as an international cricket site on Tuesday. Both former thieves were lucky to return without joy.

"One of the glass doors just collapsed like a pack of cards but fortunately no one was injured, everyone is safe," Manjrekar said later.

It could be even worse as mismanagement and chaos ran out of retirement during the return of foreign cricket to the "Nawabs town" after a 24-year pause.

Stage Atal Bihari Vajpayee is a privately owned property located in the city of Ekana Sportz, developed on the outskirts of the capital city of the capital. The threat on the part of the organizers was at the forefront, the worst suffered by the journalists, who were there to fight a fight.

The media box is extremely flexible, but interrupted Internet connection and power connection, combined with frequent power outages, have caused many difficulties. Officials of the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) seemed helpless as the stadium is privately owned. However, the capacity of 50,000 was capacitive.