The Indian journalist revealed the incidents of theft with cricket fans during the ICC World Cup between Pakistan and India.
Cricket fans watching the match between traditional rivals Pakistan and India at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad lost their mobile phones, wallets and many valuable items.
Indian journalist Vikrant Gupta’s tweet is going viral on Twitter, in which he can be seen telling that “a friend and I were talking about entering through the gate when the phone was stolen in less than a minute”.
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He raised the question that “when more than 125 spectators come to the stadium, there are definitely security problems, but the thefts are spoiling our identity”.
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The well-known journalist said that during the India-Pakistan match, several hundred people have filed complaints about their phones, wallets and other valuables being stolen.
Recently, Indian actress and model Urvashi Rotila also lost her most expensive phone during the India-Pakistan match, on which she also shared a post on social media.
The actress said that Urvashi requested fans on social media that my 24 carat gold iPhone is lost! If anyone finds this phone please help me and contact me as soon as possible.
It should be noted that in the match played between the two teams, the host defeated the green shirts by 7 wickets after a one-sided contest.