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Gender Inequality in New Contracts by BCCI led Disappointment in fans; Smriti Mandhana reacts over it

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After the BCCI declared the most recent agreement recharges of the players (both male and female), a part of the Indian cricket fans were truly discontent with what had occurred. The issue of equivalent compensation for the two genders has consistently been a noticeable one.

The fans have had blended sentiments on the subject too. Indeed, even a portion of the Pundits and current cricketers have spoken in favour and against this theme as well.

So, Smriti Mandhana had remarked on this issue some time prior. She said that she comprehended why the ladies were not being paid as much as the men. With Twitter detonating as of late on the point, numerous fans cited her remarks once more.

This drew a great deal of consideration towards her and the discussion. Indian opener Smriti Mandhana had submitted all in all issue some time prior. She had asserted that it would be “uncalled for” for the ladies’ group to request equivalent compensation.

The captain of the Indian cricket men’s squad, Virat Kohli and the remainder of his colleagues get a lot of the income.

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By then, the supreme ICC’s lady cricketer of the year had addressed a couple of central issues. Mandhana made this case at the uncovering of Bata’s new scope of shoes in Mumbai.

She approved of the cash that the two sexes were making, not normal for a portion of the fanbases.

“ We need to understand that the revenue we get is through men’s cricket. The day women’s cricket start earning revenue, I will be the first person to say that we need the same thing. Right now, we can’t say that” said by Smriti Mandhana.

The Margins between both the players salary made a disappointing factor for fans

The fundamental issue that a portion of the fans had was that the male cricketers in the top section on BCCI’s focal agreements acquire a compensation of Rs 7 crore. Then again, a female cricketer in this comparative class gets Rs 50 lakh for a similar period. The thing that matters was fairly enormous.

“ I don’t think of any teammates are thinking about this [pay] gap because the only focus right now is to win matches for India. We need to get the crowd coming in and earn revenues. That what we are aiming for. If that happens, everything else will fall in place.”

“For that, we need to perform. It is unfair on our part to say that we need to be paid as much as the men. It is not right. So, I do not think I want to comment on that gap.”Concluded by Mandhana.

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