At the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Monday, the president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board, Nazmul Hassan Papon, made the announcement that the board has greatly boosted the salary and match costs of the women’s players.
According to recent reports, the maximum amount of money that Nigar Sultana Joty and her colleagues may earn would be capped at Tk 1,000,000, while the bare minimum will be Tk 50,000.
The eighth board meeting of BCB produced further fruit, with key decisions being decided about infrastructure and broadcasting as a result of the meeting.
Papon disclosed that the board has made the decision to improve its cricketing infrastructure, with the intention of building additional stadiums to suit domestic competitions such as.
The British Columbia Broadcasting Corporation (BCB) has made the decision to submit an application for their very own television channel, which will be known as BCB TV.
The BCB has authorized five ad hoc regional committees in an effort to decentralize, and Dhaka, Sylhet, and Chattogram are three of them. The president of the board is working on organizing the committee for Khulna as quickly as possible.