Indian Premier League is said to be a bonanza for cricketers and cheerleaders. But, it has something for the umpires as well. The BCCI recently revealed the details of the payments made to the umpires for their work in the IPL season 9.
According to the reports of News18, Indian umpires Anil Chaudhary, CK Nandan, C Shamshuddin were paid approximately INR 4 million (Rs 40 lakh) for officiating in the ninth edition of the Indian Premier League.
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Delhi’s Chaudhary earned Rs 39,63, 762.00 (Rs 39.63 lakh) while Nandan and Shamshuddin who are also in ICC’s Emirates Panel got Rs 40,83,876 (Rs 40.83 lakh) each. KN Ananthapadmanabhan received Rs 26.65 lakh approx) for his match official’s duties.
Former India pacer Javagal Srinath, who has been the ICC match referee since 2006, received in excess of Rs 26 lakh (Rs 26,42,508) for his duties as match referee.