BCCI gave the T20 World Cup prize money to the Indian women’s team after a year!

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Indian women’s team is the runner up team of T20 World Cup 2020 (Photo-AFP)

The Indian women’s team played the title match of the T20 World Cup against Australia in March last year. India reached the final of this tournament for the first time

New Delhi. The Indian Women’s Team is currently on a tour of England. From June 16, he has to play the only Test match against the host. The team reached England on 3 June. A huge prize money was also given to the Indian women’s team before leaving for England. According to the news of the Times of India, about 89 days ago, the BCCI has finally given the prize money to all 15 players of the T20 World Cup runner-up Indian women’s team after a year.

India had to face defeat at the hands of Australia in the World Cup final. Not only the T20 World Cup prize money, but the board has also paid the players match fees for the home series against South Africa.

Every player was paid around Rs 19 lakh

According to a BCCI source, the board had last month asked the Indian women’s team to send an invoice for the T20 World Cup prize money and match fees for the home series against South Africa. Once the invoices arrived, we paid them within a day or two. For the T20 World Cup, every player has got about 19 lakh rupees. India made it to the final of the first T20 World Cup in March last year under the leadership of Harmanpreet Kaur.Read also:

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According to media reports, last month the UK newspaper The Telegraph had published a report that the Indian women’s team did not get the prize money even after a year, after which the BCCI took action. The BCCI has been in the headlines many times regarding the payment issue. The issue of payment of domestic level players is also increasing continuously.




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