YMCA Garba Cancellation Due to Overcrowding and Player Riot

People queued up to buy passes for Garba at the YMCA club. Tulip School had booked the YMCA club for the day, and as more and more passes were being sold, the number of people participating in Garba steadily increased. The organizers had to sell passes repeatedly due to the growing number of participants.

More Passes Hidden Away, Causing Overcrowding

The Garba event organizer at YMCA, Jay Patel, revealed that around 4,000 passes were initially allocated to Tulip School and its students. However, the school managed to secure more than 6,000 passes, some of which were even sold. YMCA had around 1,500 to 2,000 passes separately for its daily sponsors, in addition to the passes allocated by the school. The extra passes handed out by the school led to a substantial increase in the crowd. They also implemented safety measures by limiting entry to 10-30 people at a time due to COVID-19 regulations.

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