Rs two crore got in 2015 to Virat Kohli and Co when they beat South Africa 3-0 in a very 4-match test series
New Delhi: Despite their spectacular showing against England within the test series, Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team might get to wait somewhat longer to earn an incentive from BCCI.
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The BCCI has forever declared handsome performance incentives over the year whenever the senior or U-19 groups have done well in bilateral series or restricted overs tournament however in current situation, the richest cricket board’s hands are tied as per Supreme judicial writ.
The Supreme Court of India has passed an order that limits the BCCI’s money freedom and power till the board and its state associations adjust to the Lodha Committee’s recommendations.
“Nothing will happen before Supreme Court hearing on January three,” a senior incumbent told PTI on conditions of obscurity.
Normally, the incentives for the senior public lavatory team has been on the upper aspect with the maximum amount as Rs two crore being given in 2015 once Kohli’s boys beat South Africa 3-0 in a very four-match series. However with BCCI’s failure to stick to the directives issued by the Supreme Court appointed Justice RM Lodha committee in toto, the dibursal of funds currently wants apex court’s permission. Which is exactly the explanation that Kohli and Co has to wait?
It will be fascinating to visualize if BCCI puts an application concerning their intent of profitable the team for such a performance.
In fact it had been the Supreme Court that had earmarked an quantity of Rs 58.66 lakh per match for organisation.
The BCCI conjointly had to charm for Rs twenty five lakh per restricted overs match against England.