RESCUED: Dhoni & Jharkhand Team Just Escaped Death By Inch

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The Jharkhand cricket team, including their skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, on Friday escaped unhurt after a fire broke out at a five star hotel in Dwarka here leading to postponement of the Vijay Hazare Trophy semi final against Bengal.

The match that was supposed to be held at the Airforce ground in Palam has been rescheduled at Feroz Shah Kotla tomorrow after match referee Sanjay Verma announced the postponement and final has also been postponed and will now be played on March 20th at the same venue.

Right after the incident, the Jharkhand team was brought to the Air force Cricket Ground in Palam and after receiving the clearance from the hotel management they will be heading back to the hotel.

“We were suppose to meet at 7:30 AM but at 7 o clock we got instructions from the hotel staff to stay back in the room as there was a fire broke out in the shopping complex. Initially we assumed that it was a small accident before the smoke started becoming dense,” Virat Singh.

“To avoid any complication the team was brought to the ground. Once they (Jharkhand) is done with the formalities they will be shifting to another hotel nearby Kotla Stadium,” anti-corruption officer Manoj Chaudhary.

Police said that the fire broke out in a Reliance showroom. Further investigation is underway to ascertain the cause of the fire.

Here are pictures of the incident:

Delhi: Fire had broken out in store in Dwarka’s Welcome hotel complex. MS Dhoni and Jharkhand team who were staying there evacuated safely pic.twitter.com/8OIbd7x3Cl

— ANI (@ANI_news) March 17, 2017

Source:- DNA

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