Bombay High Court asks BCCI, MCA to provide toilet, drinking water facilities on public grounds in Maharashtra

“This is not an adversarial litigation, you might get your next star from a public ground, lack of funds not an excuse for BCCI, MCA and BMC," the Bench orally remarked during hearing.

The Bombay High Court on Monday asked the Board of Control for Cricket Association (BCCI), Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) and the State government to provide basic facilities such as toilets, drinking water and medical assistance on public grounds throughout Maharashtra even for unofficial matches.

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