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The Indian women's team has lost a day's preparation before the T20 World Cup next month due to a continuous struggle between the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) and the BCCI, and the member of the Committee of Administrators ( CoA) Diana Edulji is "very upset" because she believes that the men's team would not have been treated in the same way.

The women's team was scheduled to start a week-long preparatory camp at the Wankhede stadium from Tuesday, but the MCA refused to receive them because of their disagreements with the BCCI. The BCCI confirmed that the camp would begin at the Brabourne Stadium (CCI) starting on Wednesday.

"I am very upset because the Indian women's team could not start the camp because of the theme of the place and I do not think this treatment will ever do it … participate in the Virat Kohli men's team Why these different rules for men and women? "Edulji told the Indian Express . "The camp should have started, it's the preparation for the World Cup, nothing less, is this the way the women's team is going to be treated?" CoA has given clear instructions that the camp should happen today (Tuesday). Why did this situation arise? Why did GM [Operations Saba Karim] not achieve this? He gave us the assurance that he is working on it. "

The ACM expressed its disappointment with the BCCI after the CoA transferred the fourth India-West ODI from Wankhede to the Brabourne stadium due to the absence of an authority to oversee the operation of the state association. The ACM was being governed by its own CoA, but its mandate had ended on September 15 and the head of the CoA, Vinod Rai, explained that subsequently the ACM had not "legalized" a working group to supervise its operation once it had your CoA will leave office.

Dissatisfied with the ODI change and claiming that the BCCI had not responded to the questions about the ODI, the MCA challenged the board's decision to move the Bombay High Court, where a bank is likely to hear the matter on Wednesday.

India will launch the T20 World Cup with the opening match against New Zealand on November 9 in Guyana.

source:- espncricinfo.com

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