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RCA and HZL sign MoU to build India’s 2nd biggest cricket stadium
Jaipur: The Rajasthan Cricket Association on Thursday signed MoU with Hindustan Zinc Limited to build the worlds third largest cricket stadium in Chonp village of Jaipur district here. The HZL, a Vedanta Group Company, will spend Rs 300 crore on facility which will be named the ‘Anil Agarwal International Cricket Stadium’. “Anil Agarwal fulfilled RCA’s dream,” said RCA President Vaibhav Gehlot.
After the MoU signing between the Rajasthan Cricket Association and Hindustan Zinc Limited to build the worlds third largest cricket stadium in Chonp village of Jaipur district here on Thursday, RCA president Vaibhav Gehlot highlighted the history and achievements of RCA. He hoped that similar support would be forthcoming for the construction work of the second phase and also thanked the State Government for allotting 100 acres of land for the stadium at concessional rates.
The MoU was signed by Bhawani Shankar Samota, Honorary Secretary, Rajasthan Cricket Association and Arun Misra, CEO Hindustan Zinc in the presence of Dr CP Joshi, Speaker, Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha and Chief Patron, RCA, Priya Agarwal Hebbar, Chairperson, Hindustan Zinc and Non-Executive Director, Vedanta Ltd. and Vaibhav Gehlot, President, Rajasthan Cricket Association.
Dr CP Joshi expressed happiness at the generous offer from HZL and signing of the MoU. “This will accomplish the long felt dream of construction of a modern International Cricket Stadium at Jaipur. The stadium will develop the talent of new players,” he said while thanking Anil Agarwal and Priya Agarwal Hebbar for their support and MOU for 1st Phase of Stadium. He hoped the 2nd Phase of the stadium would also be supported by Vedanta.