BCCI AGM: Approves 10 Team For Edition Of IPL-2022

A 10-group IPL will mean 94 games and a two-and-half month window which can toss the worldwide schedule into chaos

As indicated by sources, the BCCI will plan a pay bundle for the homegrown cricketers in the event that the Ranji Trophy, or the Vijay Hazare Trophy isn't held because of Covid-19, in what is as of now a seriously abridged homegrown season. The Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy is booked to be held from January 10 to 31. "The plan to remunerate the homegrown cricketers satisfactorily was mooted by BCCI secretary Jay Shah," a solid source told TOI on Thursday. In another bit of uplifting news for them, the Board has expanded the protection front of the cricketers from Rs 5 lakhs to Rs 10 lakhs.  

Two new groups in IPL 2022  
As was being theorized, the AGM has endorsed the expansion of two groups to the IPL from the 2022 version onwards.

The BCCI has affirmed a 10-group Indian Premier League (IPL) competition from the year 2022. The choice was shown up at subsequent to being given a conventional assent by the BCCI's overall body including the state relationship at the Board's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, in Ahmedabad.  

The BCCI supposedly, has likewise given its gesture to ICC's offered of consideration of T20 cricket from the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics, subsequent to getting a few explanations on the equivalent from the International Olympics Committee.  

In another uplifting news for all the homegrown people players, the board has chosen to repay the players for the reduced homegrown season this year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic initiated deferral and retractions.

In another significant turn of events, the Board has additionally chosen to back the ICC's offered for consideration of cricket, in the T20 design, in the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics "subsequent to getting a few explanations from the International Olympic Committee".  

Additionally, it was concluded that all top notch players, the two people, will be reasonably made up for the diminished homegrown season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The BCCI plans to get the homegrown season in progress, following a while's deferral, in January with the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 title.  

In different choices, veteran Congress pioneer Rajiv Shukla was authoritatively blessed the Board's VP instead of his protege Mahim Verma from Uttarakhand.  

It has likewise been discovered that the overall body ruled for Sourav Ganguly proceeding as a chief in the ICC Board. Secretary Jay Shah will be the substitute chief just as India's agent at the Chief Executive Committee meets of the worldwide body