A state-run inspection has found that a lameloth ball park in the eastern state of Maharashtra has a leaky roof, according to a report in The Times Of India.
The report said the leaky building has been reported to the National Institute of Health and Family Welfare.
The state has no regulations on the ball park, but officials said that it was under maintenance and that the leak was not caused by the rains.
The inspection report said that there was no structural damage in the building but it was damaged by rain in September and was leaking in the spring and summer.
The condition of the building has not been declared, the report said.
State parks officials said the ball field was inspected on May 31 by an official from the National Institution of Health, Family Welfare and Environment.
The National Institute for Health, Welfare and Environmental Protection said in a statement that the report does not indicate that the condition of an existing structure was serious.
The institute did not have any information about the cause of the leak.