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India-New Zealand Kotla ODI tickets worth Rs 52.36 lakh went unsold: CK Khanna

CK Khanna wrote that it was reported that a profit of Rs 5 crore made by DDCA but the profit was actually less.

By: PTI | New Delhi |
November 3, 2016 9:01:08 pm
ddca, ddca cricket, delhi cricket, ck khanna, india vs new zealand, ind vs nz, ind vs nz tickets, cricket news, cricket The second ODI between India and New Zealand was held at Kotla in New Delhi. (Source: AP)

BCCI vice-president C K Khanna on Wednesday claimed that tickets worth Rs 52.36 lakh for the recent ODI match between India and New Zealand went “unsold”.

“Tickets worth Rupees 52,36,000 were unsold. Why were all the tickets not sold-out? DDCA started online ticket sale quite late that too without proper advertisement,” Khanna claimed in a media release.

He also wrote that it was reported recently that a profit of Rs 5 crore made by DDCA but the profit was actually less.

“A news item appeared a few days back in some section of media that DDCA earned more than 5 Crores in recently organised One Day International Cricket Match between India & New Zealand held on 20th Oct 2016. After verifying from M/S V.K Bajaj & Co. who are looking after the accounts of DDCA including International Match account also. I was informed from the details forwarded to me by M/s V.K Baja & Co. that DDCA has earned a profit of 3.61 crore approx. only from this International Match.”

However contrary to BCCI vice-president Khanna’s claim, his anti-group led by Chetan Chauhan in their media release last week never claimed Rs 5 crore as profit.

The release sent by Chauhan faction stated that DDCA has made profits worth Rs 3.81 crore

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