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The BCCI is expected to prohibit state cricket associations from forming direct partnerships with international boards

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Following discussions between many state units, primarily from associate nations, and international boards over hosting them on exposure tours, the BCCI was compelled to make the decision. These units included Delhi and Puducherry.

In order to organize training camps and contests, the BCCI has decided to forbid state organizations from working directly with international boards. Instead, any requests of this nature must go through the parent organization.

On March 18, the board’s Apex Council meeting will decide on the matter.

After numerous state units, including Delhi and Puducherry, held discussions with international boards, primarily the associate nations, about hosting them on exposure visits, the BCCI was compelled to make the decision.

It may be verified that the Nepal board has submitted a request to the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA).

While state units can collaborate with international boards on cricket-related matters, the BCCI, as the parent organization, must enable these arrangements. A BCCI insider stated, “All proposals have to go through BCCI.

Following a discussion on “state cricket associations collaborating with foreign boards for organising cricket” in the upcoming Apex Council meeting, the BCCI will take matters into its own hands.

In preparation for the June T20 World Cup in the USA and the Caribbean, Nepal is anticipated to visit India on an exposure tour.
Last month, BCCI secretary Jay Shah met with representatives of the Cricket Association of Nepal.

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