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India’s First Ever Day-Night Test: Eden Gardens Decorated With Pink Lights

India’s First Ever Day-Night Test: Eden Gardens Decorated With Pink Lights :- As we know that the first ever day-night Test in India is round the corner, the venue of the match, i.e., Eden Gardens, is being decorated with pink lights.

India’s First Ever Day-Night Test

The whole stadium together with Sourav Ganguly stand as well as Jagmohan Dalmiya stand is being well decorated for the most significant match that is going to held between India and Bangladesh. The match is going to starting from 22nd November 2019. The match is also going to be played with a pink ball.

On the other hand, Union Home Minister Amit Shah along with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina are also going to be present at the stadium to witness this historic event.

In the meantime, the officials from Bangladesh PMO along with Bangladesh Deputy High Commission were present today in order to check the final security arrangements at the stadium.

Eden Gardens Decorated With Pink Lights

And now as we know that with the CAB President Sourav Ganguly taking over the control of the BCCI (for the next 10 months) there might be great chances to be more surprises in store for the cricket crazy people of the city.

On the other hand, the second Test of the two-Test series is also going to be the time when the Jagmohan Dalmiya Memorial Lecture is going to be held and it will also be in all possibility that Ganguly will be the speaker on the occasion.

Earlier, as per to some sources who have told IANS that the invites have been sent to both the Prime Ministers by the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) in order to grace the significant event when Bangladesh play their first Test at the historic ground in the City of Joy. But now it is being confirmed that the Union Home Minister Amit Shah along with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina are also going to be present at the stadium for the historic event.

Shaikh Shafiul Imam, who is the Counsellor (Education and Sports) Bangladesh Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, told ANI in a recent report that, “I am totally satisfied with the arrangement. History is going to take place on November 22 with the pink ball for both Bangladesh and India,”