Senior advocate Rafiq Dada told Bombay High Court, “We are not going to use tanker. Royal Western India Turf Club (RWITC) will provide 7 to 8 tankers of sewage treated water per day.”
Kings XI has its three matches in Nagpur, which it now plans to shift to Kanpur, Indore, Ranchi.
Of the matches to be played in IPL this year, 20 will be held in Maharashtra, including both the opening and the final match both of which will be played at Wankhede. According to officials, 40-60 lakh litres of water will be used for the matches.
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis recently made it clear that no potable water would be used for the cricket pitches being prepared for IPL matches this year in Maharashtra.