RCB to invite 60 Army Jawans in their all home games this season

To show an incredible respect towards the Indian security powers, Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) alongside Royal Challengers Bangalore and Bharathi Cements will welcome 60 jawans of Indian Army for every one of the seven IPL matches at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.

Virat Kohli of the Royal Challengers Bangalore celebrates wicket of Shreyas Iyer

The KSCA issued a public statement which expressed that 20 tickets each will be supported by KSCA, RCB and Bharathi Cements for every one of the seven home matches of RCB.

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“Jawans are the pride of our country. They are the sentinels of our freedom. The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) in a joint effort with the Royal Challengers Bangalore and Bharathi Cements have stepped up to the persuasive and welcome 60 Jawans to observe every one of the seven IPL matches being played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium from March 28 to May 4,” KSCA expressed in an official statement.

Prior, the BCCI jettisoned opening function of IPL 2019 and gave Rs 20 crore to the Indian Army and CRPF Welfare Fund. Chennai Super Kings likewise given proceeds from the first match against RCB of Rs 2 crore to the CRPF Welfare finance. MS Dhoni introduced the check to the CRPF authorities in front of the opening game at the Chepauk.

RCB will face Mumbai Indians today at Bangalore in their second match of the campaign.

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