In connection with a stampede event at the Gymkhana grounds, police have filed a charge against the Hyderabad Cricket Association.

Hyderabad police file lawsuit against Hyderabad Cricket Association . Three charges have been filed against the Hyderabad Cricket Association .

Hyderabad (Telangana) India (September 23) : After a stampede broke out at the Hyderabad cricket stadium on September 22, Hyderabad police filed a lawsuit against the Hyderabad Cricket Association on Friday.In reaction to the tragic event, three charges have been filed against the Hyderabad Cricket Association.According to sections 420, 337, and 2176 of the city police act, cases have been prosecuted.After a stampede at Gymkhana stadium, four people were wounded, cricket fans flocked to buy tickets for the third T20I match between India and Australia in Hyderabad on September 25.A large crowd had gathered at the Gymkhana grounds to purchase tickets.

Police were called lathi-charged to disperse the huge crowd and reestablish order.After winning in Mohali on Tuesday, Australia is now leading the series among the two teams, 1-0.In an interview with the match, India skipper Rohit Sharma (11) and Virat Kohli (2) were dropped in quick succession after being bat first by Australia.The Men in Blue found themselves at 352nd in the standings.

To close the innings at 2086, openers Aaron Finch (22) and Cameron Green stitched a quickfire 39-run stand to get Australia off to a solid start.Hardik Pandya struck a solid knock of 71* off just 30 balls with seven fours and five sixes.Green made some great strokes and stitched a 70-run stand with Steve Smith (35).Green was dismissed for an impressive 61 off 30 balls, but wicketkeeper-batter Matthew Wade (45*) and debutant Tim David (18) put the Aussies through to victory by four wickets, ending the innings at 2116.The second T20I match will be played in Nagpur at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium on Friday.