BCCI begins clearing dues of affected players after domestic season was reduced due to COVID

Bcci Begins Clearing Dues
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BCCI begins clearing dues: The BCCI has begun clearing the long-standing charges of the domestic cricketers who suffered economically after the 2020-21 season was curtailed due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Lots of Indian cricketers had a hard time financially after the Ranji Prize was not held last year for the very first time in its history. The women’s T20 games were likewise curtailed due to the pandemic.

“BCCI has started clearing the compensation amount due for not having the red ball competition last season,” a senior BCCI official informed PTI. “A lot of players have started receiving cash and there are still great deal of gamers who would be getting the payments. The process is expected to be completed in next few weeks.”

In September last, the BCCI had said that the cricketers who took part in the 2019-20 season will be getting 50 percent match fees as compensation for the 2020-21 season.

“The process is for state systems to raise the invoice based upon all those who had actually played in the season prior to COVID-19. The state systems that raised invoices to BCCI have actually already had its players getting money in their accounts,” the BCCI official stated. “Some state units are yet to raise invoices so their gamers are waiting.”

It will be a welcome news for the domestic cricketers with the new Ranji Prize season to be played from January 13 to March 17 across 7 places despite the fact that a change in schedule can not be eliminated given the rise of COVID-19 cases in the nation after the introduction of Omicron variation.

The BCCI had actually previously decided to increase the match cost of the gamers throughout its Pinnacle Council meeting in September following the suggestions made by the working committee consisting of previous India captain Mohammed Azharuddin, Yudhvir Singh, Santosh Menon, Jaydev Shah, Avishek Dalmiya, Rohan Jaitley and Devajit Saikia.

According to the new pay pieces, the senior males will earn between Rs 40,000 to 60,000 each day of cricket, while senior ladies is set to receive up to Rs 20,000 each day.

Published at Sun, 02 Jan 2022 12:11:35 -0500

BCCI begins clearing dues

BCCI begins clearing dues

BCCI begins clearing dues

BCCI begins clearing dues

BCCI begins clearing dues

BCCI begins clearing dues

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