The appalling pollution standards in the industrial town apart, the poor standard of the pavilion and the dining facility played a big role in the CA team expressing its 'displeasure' with the venue.
Enough timeHowever, BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla, also the secretary of UPCA, felt that there was enough time to look into their complaint. "We have written to the CA to reconsider their stand. A student area had collapsed and the ongoing construction there didn't go down well with CA officials. But it'll be fine soon."
Despite his assurance, a UPCA official on condition of anonymity said that making big changes in the players' pavilion and dining hall, also complained about, won't be possible so soon.