CP donates his tickets to the India-Australia game to orphans

Police chief Amitesh Kumar gave 14 high-priced corporate box tickets to orphanage inmates . He avoided watching the match because the bulk of the squad would be deployed for bandobast during the match .

Nagpur: Though many well-connected ones failed to get tickets for the India-Australia T20 match at Vidarbha Cricket Associations (VCA) Jamtha stadium on Friday, 14 inmates from an orphanage made it to the corporate box and other prominent stands to watch the match, thanks to city police chief Amitesh Kumar and his squad.He avoided watching the match because the bulk of the squad would be deployed for bandobast during the match.According to reports, he gave the orphan boys 14 high-priced corporate box tickets as part of the 14 he donated.It was discovered that VCA authorities had sent a handful of corporate box passes to the police chief.

More officers shared their tickets with him, following the CP's suggestion.All of these tickets were later given to orphans at his office before the stadium's happy lot was announced.The children were also given new team India jerseys to make their sports experience a lot more similar to the ones in the stadium.Kumar said he was uncomfortable with the idea of watching the game with his family when the rest of the officers and constabulary were at work at the bandobast points.To enjoy the game as the police chief when the rest of the force is deployed for defense purposes, Kumar said, adding that even his family members, including two sons, were satiated with the idea of giving the passes to the orphans better because they are poor kids for whom such joy is an unthinkable spectacle.

We decided it would be the right move to make their day, said the police chief.Additional CP Navinchandra Reddy, Zonal DCP Gajanan Rajmane, and Lakadganj senior inspector Parag Pote were among the orphans at the CP office.