United Andhra Pradesh supporters oppose India-West Indies ODI at Vizag

Updated: 07 November 2013 21:31 IST

Members of Samaikyandhra non-political Joint Action Committee and others said that holding the match here, amid the agitation against the proposed bifurcation of the state, would send a wrong signal to the Centre, namely, that people of Vizag were not perturbed by the bifurcation plans.

Vizag:

The supporters of United Andhra Pradesh have opposed the one-day International match between India and West Indies scheduled on November 24 at the Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA stadium in the city.

Members of Samaikyandhra non-political Joint Action Committee and others said that holding the match here, amid the agitation against the proposed bifurcation of the state, would send a wrong signal to the Centre, namely, that people of Vizag were not perturbed by the bifurcation plans.

JAC chairman prof V Balamohandas said that pro-united state organisations in the city have decided not to allow the match to be held in the city.

Topics : Cricket West Indies India India and Sri Lanka in West Indies 2013 West Indies in India 2013-14
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