There are chances that New Delhi can lose its status of World T20 if it doesn’t receive safety clearance in next few days. ” No -objection certificate” is pre-requisite for any match and local officials have refused to issue it.
Anurag Thakur, the secretary of BCCI, said that they have already decided on Plan B if Delhi fails to get no objection certification in few days as the tickets for the event will go on sale on February 9. But no final decision has been taken yet.
The Feroz Shah Kotla ground will host four matches in T20 tournament which will begin on March 8 if it gets the certificate.