There is great news for the Indian domestic players. Recently, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) working group has recommended to the Apex Council that domestic players should be compensated for the loss of payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. because of whichMajor tournaments like 202-21 (ranji trophy) were cancelled. What is the complete information related to this, let us tell you through this report….
50 percent compensation offered to domestic cricketers
Actually a good news has come for the players playing in Ranji Trophy. Last year, the Ranji Trophy matches could not be held due to the outbreak of Corona epidemic. Due to this, the domestic cricketers suffered a major setback financially. But, the board’s committee has discussed in mutual discussion that domestic cricketers should be given 50 percent compensation of their match fees.
However, the final decision on this issue has not been taken yet. But, if the BCCI Apex Council accepts this recommendation, then the path of compensation to the players will be completely clear. That is, one thing is clear that, now the Board of Control for Cricket in India President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah have to decide on this issue.
Jay Shah will take final decision
If the information is to be believed, on September 20, both of them will hold a meeting with the Apex Council of the Board in this regard. During this, they will also discuss this topic. It is believed that the committee has discussed many proposals. The names of former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin, Yudhvir Singh, Santosh Menon, Jaydev Shah, Avishek Dalmiya, Rohan Jaitley and Devjit Saikia are included in this committee.
Giving information about this, a source from the board said that,
‘The final decision on this issue is to be taken by Secretary Jai Shah Bhai. But most of the members believe that at least 50 per cent of the total match fee should be compensated.
Let us tell you that, at present, the player living in the playing XI in a Ranji match gets a fee of Rs 35000 per day and one lakh 40 thousand rupees for every match. This means that at least Rs 70,000 will be given to the players as compensation.