Ravichandran Ashwin and Rohit Sharma’s accounts swell by more than a crore rupees in the month of June. The outgoing head coach of Team India Anil Kumble pursed Rs 48 lakh towards his service fee. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has made public the figures of the payments released in the month of June.
Ashwin has received two cheques worth Rs 1.35 crore, including Rs 34.8 lakh towards “taxable portion of ICC & BCCI Test Ranking prize money.” Rohit Sharma is the other one to receive an eight-digit payment – Rs 1.125 crores on account of “share of gross revenue 2015-16 from international tournaments played in and outside India”. Speedsters Bhubaneswar Kumar and Umesh Yadav come next in the list. Bhubaneswar gets Rs 68 lakh from the tournament revenue share and Rs 28 .65 lakh for the “taxable portion”. Yadav’s cheque received last month is valued at Rs 83.63 lakh.
Veteran leg spinner Amit Mishra received cheques worth Rs 74.32 lakh (Rs 42.20 + Rs 32.12 lakh). Among other prominent recipient players are KL Rahul (Rs 42.2 lakh), Murali Vijay (Rs 34.80 lakh), Suresh Raina (Rs 32.82 lakh) and Manish Pandey (Rs 29.7 lakh).
Former India pacer Javagal Srinath, an ICC match referee now, figures in the list of officials to receive their cheques. He gets Rs 35.93 lakh.
Physio Patrick Joseph Farhat becomes richer by Rs 1.713 crore on account of “professional fee for the 1.8.2015-31.10.2016 period and family travel charges”.
The board has also made payments to six franchisee team owners, ranging from Rs 21 crore to Rs 57 crore. Reliance Industries-owned Indiawin Sports Private Limited, the Mumbai Indians franchisee owners, have bagged Rs 22.86 crore as “second installment for IPL Season 2017 – share of net central rights” and Rs 34.39 crore on account of “prize money and play off standing fund for the first standing during the IPL seaon 2017”.
Third-placed Kolkata Knight Riders franchisee owners Knight Riders Sports Private Limited have received Rs 21 crore and Rs 15.75 crore for their central revenue share and prize money and play off standing fund respectively.
Given below is the list of foreign payments made public by the BCCI
|Date||Name of the Party||Amount (INR)||Purpose|
|6/16/2017||CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA||40344445||TOWARDS IPL 2016 RELEASE FEE (USD 620016.06 EQUIVALENT TO INR 40344445)|
|6/19/2017||NEW ZEALAND CRICKET||13,587,336.00||TOWARDS IPL 2016 RELEASE FEE (USD 210656.37 EQUIVALENT TO INR 13587336)|
|6/22/2017||HAWK EYE INNOVATIONS LTD||6,156,995.00||TOWARDS HAWK EYE SERVICES FOR INDIA VS ENGLAND SERIES AS PER INV NO 2300 (GBP 84000 LESS TDS 10.506% GBP 8825.04 NET GBP 75174.96, USD 95464.68 * 64.495)|
|6/23/2017||PULSE INNOVATION LTD||3174800||TOWARDS DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE FEE FOR BCCI INTERNATIONAL WEBSITE FOR THE PERIOD MARCH 2017 TO MAY 2017 (INR 3547500 LESS TDS 10.506% INR 372700 NET INR 3174800) (GBP 39117.79 EQUIVALENT TO INR 3174800) (USD 49926)|
|6/28/2017||RAGHUVIR KHEMANI||3568398||TOWARDS PROFESSIONAL FEES FOR SERVICES PROVIDED ON ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF THE OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR GENERAL, COMPETITION COMM. OF INDIA SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT CASE NO 61, 2010 (USD 55300 * 64.528)|
|6/30/2017||HAWK EYE INNOVATIONS LTD||29515797||HAWK EYE SERVICES PROVIDED DURING AUSTRALIA, BANGLADESH SERIES & IPL 2017 AND REIMBURSEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT COST UM3 AND UM5 DURING NEW ZEALAND SERIES (GBP 391359.49 TDS 10.506% GBP 40775.90 NET GBP 350583.59, USD 455933.96 * 64.737)|
Team India captain Virat Kohli and his predecessor MS Dhoni are the two prominent cricketers missing in the list. On the franchisees side, two “outgoing” teams Rising Pune Supergiant, the IPL 2017 finalists alongside champions Mumbai Indians, and Gujarat Lions did not figure in the list of the recipients to get their dues from the BCCI in the month of June.