The Indian Premier League is making headlines not only for high shots, wickets or wins but also for high shots.
As the camera scanned the audience seated in the stadium stands, not only were people enjoying their little fun-filled fan moment, but they were also being filmed for their promises and desires.
The stadium arena has become more than a cricketing area, with people seeing it as the platform to deliver crucial messages, deliver their long-awaited word, and more.
In the recent past, since IPL fever was seasoning the air, a youngster was spotted posing at the stadium claiming to quit his job if Hardik Pandya reached 50 runs, later a middle-aged woman held up a sign to signal that ‘she won’t tie the knot until Royal Challengers Bangalore lift the Indian Premier League trophy.
Now, in the middle of the MivsCSK match which took place on Thursday night at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai, a CSK fan wearing the respective IPL franchise jersey has captured the screen for his support for “#We want Online exam”.
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the education system has adapted to the online mode and then to the hybrid session. However, several students who took the online courses require the exam to be conducted in the same way, suggesting that the difference in teaching and testing method is unfair.
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Posted: Friday 22nd April 2022, 09:21 IST