Tirupati International Cricket Stadium

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Tirupati International Cricket Stadium (Tentative)
Ground information
Location Tirupati, Seemandhra, Andhra Pradesh
EstablishmentTBA
Capacity30,000
End names
n/a
Team information
Andhra cricket team (TBA)
As of 31 August 2015

Tirupati International Cricket Stadium is a proposed cricket stadium in the Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. [1] [2] The foundation of the stadium was laid by then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Kiran Kumar Reddy who also sanctioned 30 crore for the stadium and land of 30 acres is located in Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park. [3] The project came into picture when government decided to have another international venue in the region but some activists may obstruct for proceedings as Tirupati is always crowded and construction of the stadium was stopped after National Green Tribunal stated the stadium can disturb the ecology of the area. [4] [5] [6]

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References

  1. Kiran Gifts Cricket Stadium to Seemandhra
  2. NGT stay on stadium plan at Tirupati
  3. Press Trust of India (20 November 2013). "CM lays foundation for cricket stadium at Tirupati". Business Standard. Retrieved 10 December 2018.
  4. Construction of Cricket Stadium at the Foot Hills of Tirupati was stopped
  5. Location of cricket stadium in Tirumala raises eyebrows
  6. http://www.hinduhumanrights.info/national-green-tribunal%E2%80%88halts-cricket-stadium-in-tirupati/