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IPL 2024: Water crisis on 'IPL'? | leader

Bangalore, News Agency : Water problem has become serious in Bangalore at present. Bangalore, the home town of Royal Challenger Bangalore, is currently going through a water crisis. RCB's home ground, Chinnaswamy Stadium, requires a lot of water to keep the pitch green and playable. It is highly likely that this will affect the matches of the upcoming 'IPL' (IPL 2024). 'RCB' will play its matches at its home ground at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. RCB-Punjab will play Kings on March 25.

Meanwhile, the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) has called a meeting to discuss the water crisis and find a solution. So the big question is how 'KSCA' will supply water to the pitches for IPL matches.

The water crisis in Karnataka's capital Bangalore is getting worse day by day. In that, the matches of 'IPL' are to be organized at Chinnaswamy Stadium. To keep the pitch playable for so long, it needs a lot of watering. Also, abundant water will be needed to keep the out field green. Due to heavy rains this year, Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, has started experiencing water shortage in March itself. (IPL 2024)

The demand for tankers in the city has increased tremendously. It has increased significantly in the last week. According to the information received, the water tanker which was available for 700 to 800 rupees has now reached 1,500 to 1,800 rupees. This situation has arisen despite the fact that the Bangalore Water Supply Department has said that there is sufficient water storage available for the next five months.

Currently, the schedule for the start of 'IPL 2024' has been announced. Another schedule has not been announced yet. BCCI will announce the rest of the IPL schedule after the Election Commission announces the schedule for the Lok Sabha elections.

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