Ind vs Aus: Spectator runs on to field with ‘No $1BN Adani Loan’ protest sign during first ODI

In the first ODI match played at the Sydney Cricket Ground being played between India and Australia, the Australian team has decided to bat first after winning the toss. Openers David Warner and Aaron Finch have given the team a great start so far and Australia have scored more than 100 runs without losing any wickets. In this match being played in Sydney, the spectators are again entered on the field, although their number has been kept limited. Meanwhile, in the match being played between India and Australia, two protesters entered the field with State Bank of India’s board in hand.

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Actually, this incident happened during the sixth over of Australia innings when two protesters entered the field with the board of SBI. The board had written, ‘NO $ 1BN ADANI LOAN’ and he was seen opposing the Adani group. One of them further wrote on the exhibitor’s t-shirt, ‘Stop Adani’ while the back side of the t-shirt was written, ‘Stop Coal Stop Adani Take Action’ . The security personnel evacuated both of them after much effort.

Adani has been opposed

In September this year also, Adani’s coal mine won a court battle against environmental activists. The group had said that it has offered to provide jobs to 1500 people in the Queensland province.

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Let us know that in September this year, Australia’s infamous Adani Coal Mine won against the Environment Activist. The Adani Group said it would provide more than 1,500 jobs to people in the state of Queensland. After the protesters entered the ground with ease, a big question has also arisen about the safety of the players.

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