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BCCI said- ‘The decision of equal fees for women cricketers is a game-changer for the future’

BCCI Equal Fees for Women

by Soumadeep Bagchi

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has implemented a new salary policy for contracting women cricketers. The resolution was unanimously passed by the members in the 15th meeting of the BCCI Apex Council through video conferencing. Let us know what is going to benefit the women cricketers from this.

BCCI Pay Equity Policy. The BCCI has implemented a new salary policy for Indian women cricketers who have contracted with the board. Regarding this, BCCI President Roger Binny said that in the meeting of our Apex Council, a decision has been taken to implement wage equity for women cricketers. The BCCI President said that now women cricket players will also be paid match fees at par with male cricketers in international matches. Said that this would prove to be an important step in promoting women’s cricket.

What BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said?

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said that it was our commitment towards our women cricketers. This is an important step in bringing about uniformity in match fees. Now women cricketers will also be paid the same match fees as male cricketers. Jay Shah said that after the new policy, women cricketers will be paid Rs 15 lakh for Test matches, Rs 6 lakh for ODI matches and Rs 3 lakh per match for T20 cricket. The BCCI secretary said that after this decision, Indian cricket is entering a new era.

What the BCCI Vice President said?

BCCI Vice President Rajeev Shukla said that this is a revolutionary step for women’s cricket. I believe this step is an important step towards further improving the present and future of women’s cricket. Rajeev Shukla said that going forward this policy will motivate women to become professional cricketers. BCCI’s Honorary Treasurer Ashish Shelar said that this move will prove to be a game-changer for the present and future players. BCCI Joint Secretary Devjit Saikia said that the Indian women’s cricket team has consistently made the country proud with their stellar performances across the globe and it is a historic decision for their hard work.

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