A program will be organised before the India-Australia match to be held on September 20 at the IS Bindra Stadium of the Punjab Cricket Association. During this, a program is planned to be organised under the 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav'.
Preparations For T20 Match In Full Swing
There is a plan to include Punjabi culture in the program. An outline of the program will be made soon. On the other hand, preparations are in full swing for the T20 match between India and Australia to be held on September 20 at the IS Bindra Cricket Stadium, Mohali. Due to this, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann took information from all the officials, including PCA President Gulzarinder Singh Chahal, regarding the preparations.
Important Suggestions Regarding The Program
During the meeting, the matter of organising the program was discussed. The Chief Minister agreed to the proposal of PCA and gave many important suggestions regarding the program. At this meeting, MP Raghav Chadha, MP and PCA advisor Harbhajan Singh, MP Sanjeev Arora, Principal Secretary to CM A. Venu Prasad, DGP Gaurav Yadav, and all officials of Chandigarh Police, Mohali Administration, and PCA were present.
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PCA Honours Yuvraj Singh & Harbhajan Singh
Ticket sales for the cricket match will start on September 11. The special thing is that the students will get a match ticket for Rs. 300. While the Enclosure Box level-two ticket will be available for Rs. 10,000. Apart from this, new stands have been made in the names of Sixer King Yuvraj Singh and former Indian team spinner Harbhajan Singh at the PCA Stadium. Both these players used to play for Punjab earlier.
Students' Tickets For Rs 300
PCA President Gulzarinder Singh Chahal said that discounts are being given on tickets for students. School and college students will have to come to the ticket counter with their ID cards. The ticket price for the students has been fixed at Rs. 300.
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Meanwhile, the international stadium in Mohali, which bears IS Bindra's name, was constructed in 1994. So far, 14 Test matches, 25 ODI matches, and 5 T20 matches have all taken place at the location.