The CAB is about to face a financial loss of Rs 1 crore this year.

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Lockdown is going on all over the world right now because of the Corona virus, and India is on the verge of a lockdown. But Lockdown has long been a stalwart in India. The last match in India vs South Africa was the first match in a one-day series, but that too collapsed for rain. The last match of the India vs South Africa ODI series was at the Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium in Kolkata, but the IPL has been suspended for the moment. In all, the CAB is about to face a huge financial loss. This time, CAB executives are on their way to relieve the cost of financial loss.

The final match of the India vs South Africa ODI series was supposed to be Eden Gardens. But at the very end of the match, the match was canceled, resulting in a loss of Tk 10 million for the match.

One CAB official said that if the ticket sales were dropped, it would have been about four to five crore taka from one match ie India vs South Africa ODI. About four to five million rupees from the advertisements in the field, and other advertising earns Tk 50 lakh. Also, BCCI pays Tk 1.5 crore for each match to state sports organizations. Due to the cancellation of the ODI series against India vs South Africa, the money has not yet arrived. On the other hand, the chances of getting IPL are also decreasing as the money earned from IPL is going to be out of hand this time. All together, the CAB is facing huge financial losses.

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