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BCCI promises all assistance for setting up NCA in Assam

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GUWAHATI, July 21 - The BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary, who was here in the city for the workshop on sports law, visited the Assam Cricket Association Stadium at Barsapara today.

Expressing satisfaction over the preparation work for the upcoming India-West Indies ODI, Choudhary said that after successfully holding the India-Australia T20I last year, the ACA will hopefully be able to conduct the ODI in a befitting manner. �The preparation for the ODI is on the right track and hopefully all the remaining works will be completed in stipulated time,� he said.

On the proposed branch of the National Cricket Academy (NCA), the BCCI official said, �As soon as the required land will be allocated by the State Government we will start work of the state of the art NCA branch which will facilitate the cricketers of the entire Northeastern region, including Sikkim.� He also revealed that the Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal is taking keen interest in acquiring around 100 bighas of land in Dibrugarh district which is a positive side of the plan.

ACA secretary Pradip Buragohain said they are leaving no stones unturned in acquiring land for the NCA branch which will be even better than the Bengaluru main centre. He also informed that the preparation works for the ensuing ODI is in full swing and all the works will be completed within stipulated time frame.

Meghalaya Cricket Association secretary Naba Bhattacharjee was also present during the occasion and he said it is time to work together to take the standard of cricket in the Northeast to the next stage.

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BCCI promises all assistance for setting up NCA in Assam

GUWAHATI, July 21 - The BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary, who was here in the city for the workshop on sports law, visited the Assam Cricket Association Stadium at Barsapara today.

Expressing satisfaction over the preparation work for the upcoming India-West Indies ODI, Choudhary said that after successfully holding the India-Australia T20I last year, the ACA will hopefully be able to conduct the ODI in a befitting manner. �The preparation for the ODI is on the right track and hopefully all the remaining works will be completed in stipulated time,� he said.

On the proposed branch of the National Cricket Academy (NCA), the BCCI official said, �As soon as the required land will be allocated by the State Government we will start work of the state of the art NCA branch which will facilitate the cricketers of the entire Northeastern region, including Sikkim.� He also revealed that the Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal is taking keen interest in acquiring around 100 bighas of land in Dibrugarh district which is a positive side of the plan.

ACA secretary Pradip Buragohain said they are leaving no stones unturned in acquiring land for the NCA branch which will be even better than the Bengaluru main centre. He also informed that the preparation works for the ensuing ODI is in full swing and all the works will be completed within stipulated time frame.

Meghalaya Cricket Association secretary Naba Bhattacharjee was also present during the occasion and he said it is time to work together to take the standard of cricket in the Northeast to the next stage.