Last Update on: July 26th, 2023 at 12:55 pm
The Board of Control For Cricket in India (BCCI) has formed two committees to look after the development of cricket stadiums in India that will host the matches of the ICC World Cup 2023. BCCI secretary Jay Shah sent an official letter to different state cricket associations regarding the matter.
BCCI officials like Roger Binny, Jay Shah, Ashish Shelar, Rajeev Shukla, and Devajit Saikia are the heads of the sub-committees that will undertake developments of various cricket stadiums for ICC World Cup 2023. All these BCCI officials will take responsibility for different stadiums.
BCCI Forms Sub-Committees To Prepare Stadiums For ICC World Cup 2023
In an official letter to state associations, BCCI secretary Jay Shah informed that the board has formed sub-committees to undertake the responsibility of different stadiums that will host matches of ICC World Cup 2023.
“As per the discussions held during the Special General Meeting (SGM) on May 27th 2023, in Ahmedabad, it was resolved that Office-Bearers would form two sub-committees for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 and Infrastructure & Subsidy.
I am pleased to inform you that the Office Bearers of the BCCI have convened and finalized the composition of the two sub-committee,” Shah wrote in his letter, which was shared by News18.com.
BCCI Predicent Roger Binny will look after Ahmedabad and Chennai stadiums. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah will take responsibility for Delhi and Dharamsala stadiums. Vice-President Rajeev Shukla will look after Hyderabad and Bengaluru stadiums.
BCCI Treasurer Ashish Shelar will look after Pune, Guwahati, and Lucknow stadiums. Devajit Saikia has been given charge of the Mumbai, Kolkata, and Trivandrum stadiums.
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Together We Can Make ICC World Cup 2023 A Resounding Success: Jay Shah
Jay Shah also said that the Board is confident that their members will execute their work and responsibilities with efficiency.
“We express our heartfelt gratitude to the esteemed members who have accepted the responsibilities to serve on these committees. We are confident that their dedication and vision will contribute significantly to the success of the respective initiatives.
“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,” Shah added in his official letter.
ICC World Cup 2023 commences on October 5 in India. A total of 10 teams are set to arrive in India for the tournament. India, who is the host of the tournament, will witness the return of the ICC tournament on its soil after 2011. However, unlike the 2011 event, ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 will be exclusively hosted by India and there are no co-hosts.