Whereas there was no detailed dialogue on the pandemic-time compensation for home cricketers on the Particular Basic Assembly (SGM) of the Board of Management for Cricket in India on Saturday, the difficulty did get raised by one of many members.
With Saturday’s agenda centered on IPL and World T20, the office-bearers delayed the choice on offering monetary help to these whose earnings was impacted due to the cancellation of Ranji Trophy and different tournaments.
Earlier this month, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had reiterated that the BCCI would stick to the choice taken on the AGM final yr.
“They are going to be compensated. It has been determined within the AGM solely. So on the finish of the season, when their funds will go, they are going to be compensated,” Ganguly instructed The Indian Specific.
These within the know say that the BCCI will want round Rs 50 to 55 crore to preserve this promise.
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“If a compensation of round Rs 4.5 lakh is given to each participant within the males’s groups, assuming that every staff has a 20-member squad, and girls’s cricketers are compensated with Rs 2.5 lakh every, then the overall quantity is probably going to be round Rs 50 crore for the BCCI,” a BCCI member stated on situation on anonymity.
He additional added that for the reason that resumption of the IPL would make sure the pending Rs 1,500 crore cost from the host broadcaster, “sharing a small share of the quantity with the gamers in want wouldn’t be asking an excessive amount of.”