New Delhi, Oct 27: In a noteworthy choice, the BCCI proclaimed on Thursday that every single contracted man and ladies players for Group India would get equivalent compensation. Jay Shah, the BCCI secretary, made the declaration on Twitter.
“I’m satisfied to declare BCCI’s initial move towards handling segregation. We are executing a compensation value strategy for our contracted ladies cricketers. The match charge for all kinds of people Cricketers will be equivalent to we move into another time of orientation correspondence in Indian Cricket,” Shah tweeted.
“The ladies cricketers will be paid a similar match charge as their male partners. Test (INR 15 lakhs), ODI (INR 6 lakhs), T20I (INR 3 lakhs). Pay value was my obligation to our ladies cricketers and I thank the Peak Committee for their help,” he added.
The choice was made only a couple of days after the BCCI AGM reported that the debut time of the ladies’ IPL will be held in 2023.
Since the Indian ladies’ cricket crew wrapped as sprinters up in the 2017 ICC Ladies’ Reality Cup, interest in the game has expanded. The group later proceeded to win the silver decoration at the Republic Games recently and progressed to the T20 World Cup last in 2020.
The New Zealand Cricket Board reported recently that homegrown ladies’ players and the ladies’ public group will be paid a similar match charges as men.