T20 WC: Curator of the field where the AFG-NZ match is played dies in suspicious circumstances

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WC T20: The conservative head of the court on the field where the Afghanistan-New Zealand match is played in Sunday’s T20 World Cup has died under suspicious circumstances. Curator Mohan Singh died shortly before the match, which has been confirmed by the UAE Cricket Association.

According to the PTI news agency, the full statement will be shared soon by the UAE Cricket Association. Mohan Singh died before the game, the reason has yet to be determined.

Let us tell you that Mohan Singh was the chief curator of the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Mohan Singh was originally from Punjab and moved to the United Arab Emirates in 2003.

Mohan Singh lived in the UAE for a long time, he has worked with former BCCI chief conservative Daljit Singh in Mohali, Punjab. Daljit Singh’s statement also came after Mohan Singh’s death and has expressed surprise at it.

Former Chief Conservative Daljit Singh said in his statement: “When he came to see me, it was very promising. He was a Garhwal resident who was a hard worker.


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