T20 match: Lucknow police sent Expenditure on security to BCCI, demands 50 million

In order to maintain security during the T-20 match between India and the West Indies, which will be held on November 6 at the Ikana International Stadium in Lucknow, UP Police has asked the BCCI to get five crore rupees . A letter has been sent to the BCCI president on behalf of SSP Kalanidhi Nathani. The letter details the details of the expenditure on security. DIG Law Enforcement Praveen Kumar said that the match at the Ikana Stadium is a commercial event. In this case, the cost of the security system for this event will also be taken from the organizers. During the match, more than 1,000 officers and employees of eight company PAC, two company RAF, civil police will be imposed.

In addition, special ATS commandos will also be deployed in the security of the match. It is estimated to cost about five crore rupees on this entire system. He said that the BCCI has also sent his reply to the Lucknow police. It says that the expenditure on the deployment of the police force will be paid according to the rules.

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