BCCI has formed subcommittees for venue inspection across country


BCCI President Roger Binny will see the development made in Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. As this stadium is to host many important matches such as India vs Pakistan and also the tournament opener.

BCCI to Upgrade the stadiums ahead of World Cup

The biggest cricketing event is going to start on October 5 2023 in India. As a result, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has formed a sub-committee for venue inspection. This is to improve the stadiums including the toilets, pitches, outfield, and roofs of the stadium. Many stadiums have started the work and other stadium works are in the process.

However, the BCCI did not hire any new members for this process. The President Roger Binny, Secretary Jay Shah, Treasurer Ashish Sehlar, Vice-President Rajeev Shukla, and Joint Secretary Devajit Saikia are the members who will look into the process.

We anticipate that these sub-committees will work diligently towards achieving our shared goals and objectives. Together, we can make the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 a resounding success and further elevate the standards of infrastructure and development in Indian cricket,” the BCCI secretary informed the state authorities via mail as quoted by Cricbuzz.

There are also reports that the dates for the India vs Pakistan match are going to be rescheduled. This is due to the Navaratri festival. Jay Shah is going to take care of the work in Delhi and Dharamshala. BCCI Vice President will be taking care of Hyderabad and Bengaluru stadiums.

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