Superstar Shahrukh Khan will come to see Rajiv Gandhi Stadium

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan will visit Dehradun to see Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium. Cricket Association of Uttarakhand secretary and BCCI vice-president post contender Mahim Verma met Shah Rukh Khan in Mumbai and proposed to visit the stadium in Doon. Shahrukh Khan has agreed to this.

The delightful scene around the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Raipur area of ​​Dehradun attracts everyone. The Afghanistan team also made their home ground on seeing the stadium. Apart from this, ICC match referee Javagal Srinath, BCCI acting president CK Khanna, former IPL chairman Rajiv Shukla have also praised the stadium of Doon in open words.

Now Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan will come to Dehradun to see the beauty of this stadium. Indeed, Mahim Verma, Secretary of the Cricket Association of Uttarakhand, met Shah Rukh Khan at his Mumbai home, along with Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association Director Rajiv Shukla.

During this, Mahim Verma proposed to Shahrukh Khan to see the stadium once, counting the merits of Dehradun Stadium. Mahim Verma said that Shah Rukh Khan has expressed his desire to come to Dehradun to see the stadium of Doon. Though his schedule is not yet made, he will be here before the IPL starts.

If Shah Rukh Khan likes the stadium of Doon, then the day is not far when the IPL will be played at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Doon. Shahrukh Khan is the owner of the IPL franchise Kolkata Knight Riders and it is the franchise that decides which IPL matches are to be held at the stadium.

Welcome to Mahim Verma upon reaching home

Cricket Association of Uttarakhand Secretary Mahim Verma was welcomed on reaching home. Mahim Verma has returned from filing nominations to become the new vice-president of BCCI. Mahim Verma returned from Mumbai with his father PC Verma to Dehradun on Wednesday. After reaching Doon, Mahim Verma first took the blessings of Hira Singh Bisht, former president and mentor of the Cricket Association of Uttarakhand. After this, people also reached home to congratulate Mahim Verma.

Saba Karim inspected the Doon plains

BCCI’s GM cricket operation Saba Karim inspected the grounds in Dehradun. During this, he interacted with the match referee, pitch curator and captain of some teams. BCCI GM Cricket Operation Saba Karim reached the hotel on Rajpur Road, Dehradun on Tuesday evening. Whence reached Abhimanyu Cricket Academy on Wednesday morning and had other conversations including pitch with the match referee. During this, he met former Indian wicketkeeper Kiran More and discussed domestic cricket.

He then reached the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium after inspecting the Kasiga School Ground. Here he spoke to Cricket Association of Uttarakhand President Jot Singh Gunasola and BCCI North East Supervisor Amit Pandey on cricket operations. Saba Karim reached the pitch after the match. Where he interacted with the curator when the pitch was wet. Saba Karim interacted alone with the match referee and umpire. He then left for the airport.

According to information received from sources, Saba Karim had reached Dehradun to inspect the grounds on the complaint of the Puducherry team. Actually, many matches were canceled due to rain at the start of Vijay Hazare Trophy. In this, Puducherry questioned the decision of the match referee by sending a mail to the BCCI. After this, the match referee and pitch curator put their side. At the same time, CAU Secretary Mahim Verma said that Saba Karim has spoken on the phone and praised the performance of the association and the Uttarakhand senior team.

BCCI’s Anti Corruption Team also reached

The Anti Corruption Team of BCCI is currently on a tour to Dehradun. The Anti Corruption Team met with the local Anti Corruption Team and gave them the necessary instructions. According to the information, the BCCI Anti Corruption Team stopped the player of Mizoram for talks. The Anti Corruption Team consists of Anshuman Upadhyay and Ravindra Doifode.

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