Varanasi Cricket Stadium Design and Other Things to Know: We review the most recent information regarding the Varanasi Cricket Stadium project, for which site acquisition has been completed. Larsen & Toubro will begin the construction phase once the final drawings have been approved.
The Varanasi Cricket Stadium is expected to be finished by the end of the next year. According to information currently available, a total of INR 350 crore will be utilized to finish the stadium construction, which is expected to be completed at a time that would set new records.
When will the Varanasi Cricket Stadium debut to the public?
The proposed Varanasi Cricket Stadium’s land acquisition is complete, the Uttar Pradesh government declared on Monday, and supporters can anticipate that the stadium would be ready by the end of 2024. The stadium in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s parliamentary district would have a 30,000-seat capacity and be built for roughly INR 350 crore. In September 2022, the land acquisition procedure was accelerated, and the UP Cabinet approved the purchase of land from 31 farmers.
The state government has acquired a 31-acre plot of land in Varanasi’s Rajatalab neighborhood for the international cricket stadium, however, it still lacks a name. It will accommodate 30,000 people.
How will the Varanasi Cricket Stadium Contribute to the Development of Indian Cricket’s Future?
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will oversee the stadium and be responsible for running it on a long-term lease, it has been revealed. The Board will make a yearly payment to the government in exchange for the lease. Many cricket players from Purvanchal and neighboring states like Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh will improve their skills as a result of this migration.
The Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association now owns the land, according to information currently available. After this statement, Larsen & Toubro has been designated as the nodal agency, and the building of this stadium will begin as soon as the drawings are completed. Suresh Raina, an Indian cricket player, expressed his joy at the announcement and stated the hope that the stadium will assist future cricketers reach their full potential.