IPL players fear of terror attacks

Mumbai Police has strengthened its security net in South Mumbai by taking a huge note of the potential threat to the IPL players, including Mumbai and Mumbai, as well as the crowd of people arriving to watch the IPL matches at the Wankhede Stadium. In view of the previous experience, at the Wankhede stadium, no one should take advantage of the rush of crowds and do not commit abusive acts. Police and other security forces are providing tight security to all the IPL players.
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The IPL matches are currently underway in the country. Loksabha elections are in progress. In 2011, Indian Mujahideen terrorist Waqas Ahmed went to the stadium to watch the Mumbai Warriors against the Pune Warriors in the Wankhede stadium. Apart from Waqas, along with fellow Asadullah, they also saw another IPL match at the Wankhede stadium, after which they had recovered the stadium. At that time the action was taken by the anti-terror squad, but it has been eight years since. However, we are alert to not let anyone in the crowd at the stadium take any advantage. Again, we do not have any alert about the recycling of the Wankhede stadium, but keeping the law and order uninterrupted, the police is taking all necessary care to prevent it from happening.

Not only in the stadium area, but we have a gray look throughout the city. Mumbai is always on the Hitlist of terrorists. So we always have an alert. We are keeping a strong vigil on the team because we are seeing a large audience at the same time to see the match.

Maxman Combat vehicle with players' bus

Considering the potential danger of potential terrorist attacks, the IPL has been given a major alliance in Mumbai. Apart from this, the safety of hotels and stadiums residing in the players has been increased. Maxman Combat vehicle has been deployed with the players' bus. Players are not allowed to go out without security. A few days ago, firing was being held in a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. At that time the Bangladesh players, who went to read Namaz in the mosque, were briefly escaped. On this backdrop, Mumbai Police and security forces have increased the security of IPL players.