IND vs NZ: Fans Maintained Zero Waste At Holkar Stadium, Did Not Spread Garbage


During the India and New Zealand match, the fans have set a great example of cleanliness. The people of Indore maintained zero waste in Holkar Stadium and did not litter the stadium. During this, the cleaning staff of the Municipal Corporation also remained active.

New Delhi: Maintaining zero waste by the people at Holkar Stadium in Indore is commendable. On 24 January, the last match of the ODI series was played between India and New Zealand. During this match, people have set a great example by not littering the stadium. At the same time, the cleaning staff of the Municipal Corporation were also present in the stadium. The most important thing about this match was that no poster was seen in the hands of any of the fans. In this way people have also promoted the cleanliness campaign in the country. Along with this, the people of the society have also been made aware of cleanliness. In this match, Team India defeated New Zealand by 90 runs. India has won the series by defeating New Zealand 3-0.

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Fans gave the message of cleanliness
Most of the garbage in the cricket stadium is caused by people waving posters of sixes and fours, but this did not happen in Indore. Mixed fabric has also been used in the flakes that have been installed for branding at Holkar Stadium in Indore. Fans told that after the match the flakes installed here are also used. Bags are made from them. Apart from this, the fans express their happiness in a unique way in this ground. A large number of spectators turn on their mobile torches during cricket matches, this tradition started about 10 years ago. When New Zealand’s Henry Nicholls hit a six in the 6th over at the Holkar Stadium on Tuesday, a large number of fans turned on mobile torches. Due to this the whole stadium was illuminated with lights. At the same time, the New Zealand batsman was surprised by the love he received from the cricket lovers of Indore.

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