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“Ought to Make It Obligatory For An IPL Franchise To Have A Girls’s Staff”: Lalit Modi To IHNS | Cricket Information

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Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur on the 2022 Girls’s T20 Problem.© BCCI

Lalit Modi, the first-ever chairman of the Premier League (IPL), made an enormous suggestion to the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) for the expansion of girls’s cricket in India throughout an unique interview with IHNS. Modi urged that the BCCI ought to “make it obligatory” for all IPL franchises to have ladies’s staff, in order to have the ability to maintain a full-fledged Girls’s IPL. Whereas the BCCI has not too long ago introduced plans to start out a Girls’s IPL from subsequent 12 months, nothing formal has been introduced but and presently, the board hosts the three-team Girls’s T20 Problem throughout the IPL season.

did not see lot of IPL ladies’s video games this 12 months (Girls’s T20 Problem), however feel one of many greatest issues they need to do is make it obligatory for an IPL franchise to have a ladies’s staff,” Lalit Modi instructed IHNS.

“If an IPL franchise proprietor is ready to have ladies’s staff, you may see the bench energy in ladies’s cricket go up. You may see funding in ladies’s cricket by homeowners who’re already making good cash now,” he stated.

“It is in all probability the one league on this planet the place each staff makes cash. Aside from the 2 new groups, each staff is in earnings,” Modi claimed.

He was additionally completely happy about ladies’s cricket being launched within the Commonwealth Video games developing later this 12 months.

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“Wonderful step. It is huge enhance to the ladies’s recreation and I’m actually glad,” Modi stated.

Lalit Modi was the primary chairman and commissioner of the IPL. He was instrumental in working the league from 2008 until 2010. He was additionally vice-president of the BCCI from 2005-10.

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