The pitch and the outfield space at Eden Gardens remained completely unaffected whilst Cyclone Amphan ravaged Kolkata earlier this week.
File picture of Eden Gardens (Reuters Picture)
- Cyclone Amphan was one of many worst cyclones to hit town in many years
- Eden Gardens spared from Amphan’s wrath
- We do not suppose any main harm has occurred to Eden Gardens: CAB president
The enduring Eden Gardens was spared from the fury of Cyclone Amphan that ravaged town, leaving just some minor damages to the stadium.
The pitch and the outfield areas remained completely unaffected from the Amphan, one of many worst cyclones to hit town in many years.
“Wanting on the catastrophe that has taken place, it is pure for some harm to have occurred. However, prima facie, we do not suppose there’s any main harm to the Eden. That mentioned we can not take any probabilities,” CAB President Avishek Dalmiya mentioned.
“We are going to seek the advice of our structural engineer to look into the problems. If wanted, we are going to implement no matter suggestion we get from the structural engineer,” he added.
Elaborating on the areas that want restore, he mentioned: “The guide scoreboard (at D block) must be regarded into. Apart from, few fibre sheets above blocks G and H additionally want minor repairs, whereas glass panes of two of the company bins must be changed.
“The structural engineer will examine the venue and submit an in depth report. Majority of the problems ought to be sorted very shortly,” the CAB President mentioned.