Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang on Wednesday said that BCCI secretary Jay Shah guaranteed him that a National Cricket Academy will be set up in the Himalayan state to give a stage to the young people. Shah, the BCCI responsible for Sikkim, Bihar, Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, approached Tamang at his Mintokgang home here during the day. Tamang, in an online media post, said he and Shah talked about different issues identified with the improvement of cricket in Sikkim and the cricket board official guaranteed him of broadening each conceivable help.
First Visit by BCCI:
This was unexpected that a senior cricket board official visited the Himalayan state and demonstrated a guarantee to inspire the young people of Sikkim to hold onto the game as a calling, he said.
Investment in Cricket:
With the BCCI promising to set up a quality framework for the advancement of the game in Sikkim, Tamang radiated certainty that capable cricketers will be found who will speak to the state and the country at the appropriate time of time.
Shah was joined by Cricket Association of Bengal president Abhishek Dalmia, IPL Governing Council Member Mamom Majumdar, BCCI interim CEO Hemang Amin and authorities of the Sikkim Cricket Association.
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