According to this report, the Manohar Lal Khattar government will also be building a five star hotel for the comfortable stay of women cricketers.
Indian women’s cricket team coach Anju Jain gives tips to Harmanpreet Kaur in Mumbai. India Today
BCCI president Anurag Thakur had reportedly approved of the funding for this project on May 22.
Thakur has also told reporters that the BCCI is planning to form a league along similar lines.
Hramanpreet Kaur in action. Indian Express
The principal secretary of the HCA and BCCI treasurer, Anirudh Chaudhari, has ordered the Faridabad Cricket Association to find land for the purpose of the women’s academy.
According to report, the HCA will spend around 50 lakh annually on the upkeep of the academy in which aspiring women cricketers from all over the country will come to play.
The academy will have a world class gym, swimming pool, and spa. Women physios will be hired for the cricketers.
Also, Haryana is a state producing a very high number of sportspersons. Though gender-related issues have been plaguing the state, Haryana is taking steps to encourage women participation in sports.
Unlike their male counterparts, the Indian women cricketers are yet to win any world cup.