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After Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association announced the 25-memeber probable list on Wednesday, the left out players have been living on their own at Jammu as highway is closed since, due to the unruly weather in Kashmir.

The players have to both manage their accomodation as well as daily allowances, making their reign hard in the city. Several players belong to unaffordable families and could hardly arrange the allowances,

“We are here from three days now and have to arrange everything on our own. It’s really getting hard for the players who can’t afford high rates of hotel etc,” a player told KSW.

With highway unlikely to be opened in a few days, players have urged JKCA to arrange D.A for them so that they could do away with these problems.

“We are requesting JKCA CEO to allot us the D.A for the days we are here. We hope he will help us out,” another player said.

Meanwhile, when KSW reached out to JKCA and an official assured that they will look after it,

“Will take up the matter and see what we can do,” a JKCA official said.