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The BCCI final month paid former inhabitant selector Jatin Paranjape Rs 43.20 lakh as veteran fees from Feb to September, 2017 — a duration during that he was no longer a inhabitant selector.
Paranjape was private from his post final Jan as per Lodha Committee diktat that did not concede non-Test cricketers to be inhabitant selectors.
Accordingly, Paranjape and Gagan Khoda, who have usually played ODIs for India, had to leave a preference row that was afterwards pruned to three.
However, a BCCI recently uploaded on a website in a payments above Rs 25 lakh territory that Paranjape has been remunerated for non-working period.
“Yes, Paranjape has been paid Rs 43.20 lakh as veteran fees for that duration since a selector’s agreement runs compartment Sep of any year when a Annual General Meeting is held,” a comparison BCCI central told PTI on conditions of anonymity.
“Now it wasn’t Paranjape’s error that he had to quit a panel. So for a 7 month period, we had to compensate him notwithstanding not procuring his services. It was box where his provision was removing influenced when it was not his mistake,” a central added.
The BCCI had also done payments to all a franchises in a operation of approximately Rs 12 crore to Rs 14 crore.
The state associations like CAB and DDCA have been paid Rs 2.90 crore any for hosting Test matches during a Sri Lanka home series.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Rohit Sharma were paid Rs 83.68 and Rs 75.97 lakh respectively for a divided debate of Sri Lanka.
Cheteshwar Pujara was paid to a balance of Rs 66 lakh while Yuvraj Singh was paid Rs 35.45 lakh for a debate of West Indies.
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