Saba Kareem has called for the Strong Foundation to promote women’s cricket in India

There has been a lot of debate about women’s cricket in India ever since it reached the final of the 2017 World Cup. The Indian women’s team recently played its first Test match nearly seven years later. All these facts show that women’s cricket is the fastest in the country. However, former BCCI General Manager (Cricket Operations) Saba Kareem believes that administrative decisions need to be taken to further promote women’s cricket in the country. In order to make women’s cricket more professional, BCCI has to implement and implement a separate plan, away from men’s cricket, so that women’s cricket can progress faster.

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Speaking to ESPN Cricinfo, Karim said, “This is a good start. But there is a need for a vision plan, which is different from men’s cricket. Only then can things proceed. According to me, women’s cricket can be made more professional and women’s cricket can only be promoted by separating from men’s cricket. There must be a separate plan for this. We don’t have many girls who come out and play cricket in India. We want to make sure they are still in a system where they can play without any obstacles. Country boys can walk two kilometers to play cricket, or they can easily go to school. But for girls it is not so.

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He said, “BCCI has cricket for under-19s and under-23s, but only 40-50 percent of girls (both) play under-19s and under-23s because most girls are not playing there. We had to have a separate calendar to prevent any conflicts in the schedule. Not so with the guys, because there are a lot of players and lots of talent. So planning should be different for women. The way men play cricket in India, we don’t have to do much because there is so much talent in the system, so many players. Women should become the same.

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The former Indian cricketer said, “The women’s IPL (which has been in the news for some time but it has not yet been realized) is at the highest level. But to be successful, we need a strong domestic circuit, good infrastructure. “We don’t have to do much because there is so much talent in the system, so many players. Women need to happen. But my responsibility is not with the BCCI but mainly with the states. First, the state associations and the BCCI need to come together. States also have to play their part in fulfilling this.

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