Virat Kohli and the group administration, notwithstanding when Anil Kumble was the mentor, pushed the Board of Control for Cricket in India for an augmentation in pay rates. The thought, starting at now, appears to have been endorsed after Kohli, MS Dhoni and Ravi Shastri met with the Supreme Court-designated Committee of Administrators.
Previous India cricketer Sourav Ganguly additionally bats for a compensation climb, as he feels when the board is profiting from the diversion, the players too merit their offer. The board makes stunning income from worldwide cricket matches and the new IPL communicate bargain, sacked by Star India, has made the board considerably wealthier.
The Prince of Kolkata likewise talked about the need to take care of cricketers as they play the game for a time of around 15-20 years as it were.
“Totally, players ought to get cash, for what reason not? The Board profits, the players ought to likewise get it. At the point when Virat Kohli plays, the whole nation watches him. Players ought to be extremely very much took care of on the grounds that the (profession) traverse is just 15 years. Relatively few (players) play (for a long time), not very many play (for a long time). In this way, I am a major supporter of that (pay climb),” Ganguly said.
The new structure, which had been presented in March 2017, permitted Grade A players win Rs 2 crore for each year, Grade B (Rs 1 crore) and Grade C (Rs 50 lakh), which is soon going to change.
Things have made considerable progress in the event that one takes a gander at the days when any semblance of Ganguly made their introduction in the mid 90s. The BCCI has turned into a cash churner and a standout amongst the most effective cricket bodies on the planet. Nonetheless, Ganguly feels all callings are experiencing such changes.
“The BCCI does that. On the off chance that you take a gander at the way the players are taken care of nowadays, it’s sensational. I have really observed the whole circle. When I played in 1991, for the whole outing in Australia, I got paid Rs 30,000, and when I completed in 2013, I could see the intense change. It’s in each calling,” he included.