A bench headed by Justice Jawad Rahim issued notices to the Ministry of Water Sources, the Board of Management for Cricket in India and 9 states the place these matches are proposed to be held.
The events have been directed to file their replies inside two weeks and the matter has been posted for subsequent listening to on April 28.
The tribunal’s order got here on a plea filed by Alwar-based youth Haidar Ali looking for motion in opposition to all involved for losing huge quantities of water to organize the pitches for holding the event.
“Direct the authorities to cease holding the cash-rich event for business goal which might be performed at 9 venues commencing April 7,” the plea stated.
The petition, filed via advocates Braham Singh and Rohit Vidhudi, contended there may be rampant misuse of the water by some people, organisations and societies whereas then again a serious a part of the nation was affected by the issue of water shortage
“The 11th version of IPL might be performed at 9 venues throughout 51 days and lakhs of litres of water is for use for getting ready pitches and within the stadium for taking part in 60 matches which might adversely have an effect on the bottom water stage, ecosystem and the ecology of the nation,” the petition stated.