Gulf Today (UAE) – New Delhi: After the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) home matches were shifted following the Cauvery water dispute, which has created a volatile situation in the southern city, several members of the franchise have expressed their disappointment on missing out on playing in their home ground but hoped that the issue would soon be resolved.

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  • New Delhi: After the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) home matches were shifted following the Cauvery water dispute, which has created a volatile situation in the southern city, several members of the franchise have expressed their disappointment on missing out on playing in their home ground but hoped that the issue would soon be resolved.
  • Batsman Suresh Raina tweeted: “Will miss playing on our home ground and entertaining our #Chennai fans this season…You are always in our hearts.”
  • Harbhajan Singh, the new cricketer in the CSK side, also seemed unhappy on leaving the home ground.
  • fans have waited two years for CSK to play in front of them at home.
  • Thoughts with the fan who was badly hurt last night”The decision to shift the remaining CSK home matches to Pune came in wake of protests by Tamil groups demanding that no Indian Premier League (IPL) match should take place in the city until the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) is set up as mandated by the Supreme Court.

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