The world’s third-largest cricket stadium will be erected in Jaipur, and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly virtually lay the project’s foundation stone on Saturday. Jay Shah, the secretary of the BCCI, also took part in the event online. Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) officials held a ‘bhoomi puja before the foundation stone laying event. According to an official declaration, the stadium would be erected on the Jaipur-Delhi bypass.
According to RCA president Vaibhav Gehlot, the construction will be completed in three years. It would be India’s second-largest cricket stadium and the world’s third-largest, he claimed, with a capacity of 75,000 people.
“For Rajasthan cricket, today is a fantastic day. C P Joshi, the former president of the RCA, wished for the organisation to have its mum in Jaipur. “In Rajasthan, a professional cricket atmosphere is being established,” remarked Chief Minister Gehlot.
According to the announcement, stadiums would be erected in both Jodhpur and Udaipur. Seven of the world’s top ten stadiums are in India, and Rajasthan’s new stadium will take third place, according to the report.
In the last ten years, according to BCCI president Ganguly, a lot of resources have been developed. “Today, the BCCI is the most powerful cricket governing body in the world. Even in junior cricket or Ranji, the Sawai Man Singh stadium is the greatest in the country.
In the last ten years, according to BCCI president Ganguly, a lot of resources have been developed. “The BCCI is now the world’s most powerful cricket governing body. Even in junior cricket or Ranji, the Sawai Man Singh stadium is the best, but today it is a cause of joy that we are constructing the world’s third-largest stadium ” he added.