BCCI has given new responsibility to former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin. The BCCI has constituted a seven-member committee, of which former Indian batsman Azharuddin will also be a part. The committee consists of representatives from all six sectors of the country. Apart from Mohammed Azharuddin, it includes Santosh Menon (South Zone), Rohan Jaitley (North Zone), Abhishek Dalmiya (East Zone), Yudveer Singh (Central Zone) and Devjit Saikia (North Zone).
The main objective of this committee is to provide relief to the players who have been damaged by Kovid-19. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said in a press release: “The Apex Council has decided to form a committee which will look into the compensation of players in 2020 and 2021. The Apex Council had asked the BCCI authorities to create a committee and to find a way to quickly find a solution for domestic players. BCCI was able to host only the Vijay Hazare Trophy and the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy last year because of Corona.
Domestic player per game. 15-16 lakhs per season. But last year, the Ranji Trophy had to be canceled for the first time in its 87-year history due to a corona epidemic. Because of Corona, only limited-overs tournaments were played. BCCI has released its full schedule for the domestic season 2021-22. This season’s matches will be held in September. If you add women’s, men’s, and different age groups, this season will see 2127 matches played. Speaking to reporters last week, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said: ‘We are making a bio-bubble. We have created bubbles for the Vijay Hazare Trophy and the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Now we repeat it again, because cricket cannot exist without a bio-bubble during this season.