BCCI may reduce the pay cut to save cost

BCCI may reduce the pay cut to save cost

Board treasurer Arun Dhumal had earlier said that this time they would reduce the cost. And so a number of changes were made to the tour of board officials and cricketers. They are thinking of reducing costs from several other places. A board official said they had not discussed any layoffs or pay cuts so far. However, the BCCI may reduce the pay cut to save cost in the current situation.

Organizing the IPL was a big challenge for the Indian Cricket Board. No matter how bad the situation is in the country or in the world, there will be IPL. According to the BCCI, if not for the IPL, the loss would have been Rs 4,000 crore. Apart from that, many people’s livelihood is involved with IPL. They also had problems. The BCCI is going to host the IPL on foreign soil even if it is not at home. In such a situation, many of the board officials are smiling.

Even though the officials are smiling, the BCCI workers are worried. Because BCCI is on the path of reducing and retrenching the salaries of its employees. According to Indian media sources, a lot depends on the success of the IPL. Australia, England, New Zealand, and West Indies cricket boards have already laid off staff.

Even the salaries of some workers have been reduced. However, the BCCI has not yet walked that path. However, an official of the board said, this time they can float in the current. Because this time 200 crore less is coming from the sponsors of IPL. There will be no crowd in the field on him. This time the board’s earnings from IPL will not be as much as other times.


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