Mohan Singh – the curator of Sheikh Zayed Stadium AbuDhabi is dead

BREAKING NEWS — Mohan Singh – the curator of Sheikh Zayed Stadium AbuDhabi has been mysteriously found dead in his room. Mohan Singh was performing his duty till last moment and curated pitch for the match between Afghanistan and NewZealand being played today. #T20WorldCup

Mohan Singh, director of the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, has passed away and he is working on the ongoing T20 WC. Mohan, who had previously been in contact with the Mohali Stadium in Chandigarh, died on Sunday morning (November 7).

The cause of death is not yet known, but it has led to an investigation by the local police.This news has been confirmed by sources in the UAE, although the game between Afghanistan and New Zealand is underway.

Officials of the International Cricket Council (ICC) could not be immediately contacted for comment, but it can be confirmed that the International Cricket Council used the services of Indian curators in global competitions.

Australia, the United Kingdom, India, Pakistan, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies have all used wickets in Mohan Singh’s works.Mohan came to Abu Dhabi in September 2004.

He was trained by a curator at the Punjab Cricket Ground in Mohali, India. He has been employed there since 1994, first as a ground supervisor and assisting the coaches with Multiple sports, including tennis and swimming before his attention shifts to cricket.

He got three job offers and accepted a job in Abu Dhabi instead of a position in Uganda and India.

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