The organisers may expect no problem as the matches are in the evenings and youth are interested in watching the matches. So they may not cause any disturbance. But this type of thinking may put the total tournament at a risk. Hence shifting of the venue will be the best option and they can return the money to the ticket holders and sell fresh tickets at Vizag and the option to come to Vizag on their own to spectators can be kept open.
Otherwise, the whole schedule of the IPL will get affected and be finding again suitable dates and making all the arrangements will be a big issue.
Water disputes especially the Cauvery river issue is very emotional on both sides of the border because the livelihoods of farmers depend on it and the fate of many political parties also are influenced by their views. Often the film industry also throws its hat in support. When such is the magnitude of the issue and its impact, a commercial event like IPL that stands for fun, money, glamour and partying apart from cricket would be a taunt on the plight of the farmers.
Hence many political parties have insisted on a ban. I wish, they had followed the request of Mr.Rajinikanth, wearing black band and I felt that if the had agreed to express the solidarity for the suffering people before each match, then perhaps the games would have been played.