The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which is preparing for the ODI World Cup that will take place in India in 2023, has recently been in the news. It has been announced that the BCCI will pay a whopping Rs 963 crores in tax on behalf of the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the tournament after discussions with the Indian government on the tax exemption for the event.
Details about For the 2023 ODI World Cup, BCCI will pay Rs 963 crores in taxes on behalf of the ICC.
The forthcoming 2023 ODI World Cup tax dispute between the BCCI and the Indian government has grown to be a top priority for the board. There is no tax exemption, but the BCCI has agreed to pay the Indian government Rs 963 crores on behalf of the ICC. The distribution of the World Cup schedule has been postponed because to the tax disagreement, but the BCCI is optimistic that it will be resolved quickly.
The BCCI is exerting every effort to ensure the success of the 2023 ODI World Cup, which is a significant event for the cricketing community. Although the tax dispute is a setback, the BCCI’s willingness to pay the tax on behalf of the ICC demonstrates its dedication to staging an effective event.
Cricket fans all across the world are anticipating the World Cup and hoping that it will be a memorable one with only a few months till the tournament. In order to ensure a seamless event, the BCCI has already identified locations and preparations are in the works. The BCCI is optimistic that the tournament will be a huge success despite the tax controversy and is looking forward to welcoming cricket fans from all around the world to India for the 2023 ODI World Cup!