The Kochi Tuskers Kerala, a franchise of the Indian Premier League that was added in the IPL 2011 season, has still not paid 35 per cent of dues to their players. The Australian batsman Brad Hodge revealed this news on Monday, and he also asked the Indian Board, BCCI, to help him and the other players in this matter.
Kochi Tuskers Kerala was formed in IPL 2011 season, and later, this franchise was called off because they disagreed with the BCCI. Brad Hodge was part of that team. The Aussie batsman had played 14 league games in that season. He had sent a message on Twitter, and he has also targeted the BCCI in this tweet.
Hodge lodged a tweet, and he said that the players hadn’t been paid 35 per cent of their money from ten years from the IPL franchise Kochi Tuskers Kerala. He asked the BCCI to help the players out in this matter and locate the money.
Brad Hodge referred to the news of the Indian Women Cricket players who haven’t been paid the Women’s World T20 price since March 2020. The Indian women were the runner ups of that ICC mega event, and still, the BCCI are yet to pay them an amount of USD 500,000.
The women players didn’t get the money even after 14 months have passed by. Kaur and Co had lost against the hosts Australia in that final.