The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) is planning to massively undertake to renovate work on at the least stadiums which are in line to host the matches of the upcoming ICC World Cup 2023 to be performed from October 5 onwards in India.
BCCI has grow to be the richest cricket board on the earth because of the sport attracting enormous cash over the previous 10 years. Nevertheless, the followers who convey on this cash and have made the sport so common, have been always disadvantaged of fundamental amenities at most venues across the nation.
Lately throughout the four-Check collection at house between India and Australia, followers had vented their ire over the dearth of fresh bogs on the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. One of many oldest stadiums in India, the stadium previously often called Ferozeshah Kotla, has at all times been seen as a venue missing the modernization wanted.
It’s not shocking that Delhi is among the many 5 venues which underwent a GAP evaluation from the BCCI. The opposite venues are Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mohali, and Mumbai, PTI reported.
Budgets Revealed For BCCI’s Deliberate Renovations Of The 5 Stadiums
The Wankhede in Mumbai had undergone renovation earlier than the India-Australia ODIs final month after a fan complained of poor sanitary circumstances on the well-known stadium. The projected price of renovation on the 5 venues runs into lots of of crores.
It’s going to price Rs 100 crore to revamp the Delhi stadium, Rs 117.17 crore for Hyderabad, Rs 127.47 crore for the long-lasting Eden Gardens at Kolkata, Rs 79.46 crore for the getting older PCA stadium in Mohali and Rs 78.82 crore for Wankhede. The prices improve drastically if roof work is concerned.
The BCCI has reportedly shortlisted 12 venues to host World Cup video games which embrace Ahmedabad, the probably venue for the ultimate, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Dharamsala, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Indore, Rajkot and Mumbai.
A complete of 48 video games will probably be performed within the 46-day ICC occasion, as India hosts the World Cup because the solo host for the primary time. India final hosted the ODI World Cup in 2011 when the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led group lifted the trophy.