Mumbai, Apr 23: Troubles only seem to be mounting for Indian Premier League (IPL), as the organisers now face a police case for allegedly violating noise pollution norms.
The police reportedly received several complaints of noise pollution during the semi final match between Chennai Super Kings and Deccan Chargers played at D Y Patil stadium on Thursday, Apr 22.
"We have taken note of noise pollution levels which were beyond prescribed levels and a case has been registered against IPL organisers under the provision of noise pollution related act," DCP Ashok Dudhey is quoted as saying in a news agency report.
This comes amid the slew of controversies related to the cricket series. All bodies and individuals related to IPL have come under the government scanner over alleged financial irregularities and a nation-wide probe has been launched.
Besides this, IPL commissioner Lalit Modi and the cricket governing body Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are lodged a bitter battle over the same issue.