There was a quarrel between the Bombay Gymkhana (a Whites only club) and the Parsi club, because A Parsis complained that the public park was left unfit for cricket because the polo ponies of the Gymkhana Club dug up the surface. B The colonial authorities were prejudiced in favor of their own White compatriots. C The White cricket elite in India offered no help to the enthusiastic Parsis. D All the above.
Hint: Parsi Gymkhana is a social in Sporting Club located along Marine Drive. It was built for the social activities and sports of Parsis. The Bombay Cricket Association had Gymkhana as it's one of the Founding members.
Complete step by step answer: We have to discuss the Bombay Gymkhana (a Whites only club) and the Parsi club. Hindu Gymkhana was originally a Hindu cricket club whose membership was restricted to the people of Hindu religion, Central Public was denied access to Gymkhana and non sport events were restricted to weekends. The Parsis were the first Indian community to start playing the game. It was the small community the enthusiastic parsees were offered no help by the white delight of India, there was a quarrel between Bombay Gymkhana Whites only club and Parsi cricketers over the use of public Park at the surface of the ground was dug while playing polo hence it was left unfit for the Parsis to play cricket and they had a complaint about it. Soon Parsi realized that colonial authorities are clearly Biased and are in favour of their white compatriots. The Parsis built their own Gymkhana to play cricket.
So, the correct answer is Option D.
Note: There was a demand from the state government for a strip of land on the side of the club and a threat was given that they will capture the whole property. soon Parsi realised that colonial authorities are clearly Biased and are in favour of their white compatriots the Parsis built their own Gymkhana to play cricket.