The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) said that tickets for the IPL matches had already been sold, and huge loss would be incurred if the matches were to be shifted to a different venue.
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The Bombay High Court on Wednesday (April 6) will hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) against the use of water for the purpose of maintaining pitches prior to Indian Premier League (IPL) tournaments. The High Court called it a serious issue and said it will look into it yesterday. The petition says, the Mumbai Cricket Association also told the High Court that tickets for the IPL matches have been already sold and huge loss would be caused if they are cancelled.