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BCCI announces increase in monthly pensions of former players and umpires

The BCCI has announced a hike in the monthly pensions of former cricketers – both men and women – and also former umpires, effective June 1, 2022.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah are all smiles after the AGM, Ahmedabad, December 24, 2020

Among men, former first-class players,

who earlier got INR 15,000 per month, will get INR 30,000,

while former Test players, who got INR 37,500, will now receive INR 60,000.

Those with INR 50,000 pension will get INR 70,000.

Women international players, who got INR 30,000, will receive INR 52,500 from now,

while first-class cricketers who retired before 2003 and were getting INR 22,500 will now get INR 45,000.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said in a statement,

“It is extremely important that the financial well-being of our former cricketers is taken care of. The players remain the lifeline and as a board, it is our duty to be by their side once their playing days are over. The umpires have been unsung heroes and the BCCI truly values their contribution.” So BCCI announces increase in monthly pensions

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ICA statement said.

“The announcement by the BCCI announces increase in monthly pensions yesterday has been very well received by our members, many of whom have benefitted with this move in these days of rising prices and falling interest income, all of which has become a worldwide phenomenon,” That this 75 to 100 percent rise in pension comes on the back of the increase in medical reimbursement from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh for those who have played 10 and more First-Class matches make it even more welcome.”

Vishal Roy

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