Lahore: Pakistan Cricket Board has introduced a three-month assist bundle for girls cricketers below its Duty of Care Policy.
The proposal to finance ladies cricketers was put ahead by the Women's Wing headed by Urooj Mumtaz and accepted by PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani. The scheme will profit 25 ladies cricketers, who will get a month-to-month stipend of Rs 25,000 from August to October.
The 25 ladies cricketers have been chosen for the introduced scheme after assembly the eligibility standards. The eligibility standards for this three-month scheme are as follows:
Being a part of the home season 2019-20, not getting a contract for the 2020-21 season and at present not having any supply of revenue (job, contract or enterprise).
An outbreak of the corona virus has affected cricketing actions, and after reviewing the present financial scenario, monetary help has been introduced for the 25 ladies cricketers.
Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board had additionally introduced contracts for girls cricketers in June. According to which, the 12-month contract given to 9 central contract winners and the identical variety of rising gamers has been carried out from July 1, 2020. Following the current announcement, the PCB is at present supporting a complete of 43 ladies cricketers.
The Pakistan Cricket Board had earlier launched the same scheme in June, benefiting 161 stakeholders together with former first-class cricketers, match officers, scorers and curators. The function of this one-term scheme was to help its stakeholders in coping with the scenario created by Quaid 19.