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BCCI Finance Committee recommends Separate Fund of Rs. 50 Crores

Press Release/Kolkata:  The Finance Committee of The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in its meeting held last week has recommended creation of a Fund of Rupees Fifty Crores for Infrastructure Development for the North East States.
“I have been given to understand that the Finance Committee of the BCCI has recommended to allocate a separate fund of Rs. 50 Crores for development of Infrastructure in the Northeastern States. It is a much positive and a needed step”, said Avishek Dalmiya, Hony. Joint Secretary, The Cricket Association of Bengal.

The entire structure and layout for Development of Infrastructure in the North Eastern states was created by New Area Development Programme (NADP). Such structure included amongst others development of full size cricket grounds, budget stadiums as well as indoor practice facilities. It also included a separate academy for the Northeast.

Based on such structure, the NADP committee of the BCCI chaired by Avishek Dalmiya had laid down the ways and means of executing it and followed up the implementation works. Steps had been initiated for creating indoor facilities in Meghalaya and Nagaland and also procurement of necessary cricket equipments for starting school tournaments in Sikkim.

However, now if such recommendation of the Finance Committee is approved by the COA, the board would be able to either directly or through the associations take up all the balance infrastructure works which have been pending for a long time.
“Considering the Pan India approach, it is of utmost importance to ensure appropriate infrastructure is created in these states so that they are in a position to compete”, added Avishek. The infrastructure development works indeed need execution without any least delay.

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