New Delhi: The BCCI CEO Rahul Johri has categorically told the 10 state associations that their request for the early release of funds to conduct IPL matches is “not justified” as it violates the tri-partite agreement.
The original request was made by the Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) but Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Mumbai, Bengal, Punjab, UP, Delhi and Hyderabad were also mentioned in the letter. Johri in his letter to the Associations stated: “The request contained in the letter for release of Rs 30 lakh per match on “ASAP basis” is not justified.
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