"The association office is processing it and is in fact, nearing completion. The office bearers are working overtime to ensure it. Certain details after checking and internal audit needs to be sent," CAB President Avishek Dalmiya told news agency IANS when contacted.
"With limited manpower resources due to pandemic, other payments to various players, support staff and match officials had to be made on priority basis as that's their mode of earning. I am sure, this too being an important issue would be completed at the earliest without wastage of any time," he added.
"Payments for Saurashtra were released on the 17th," a source said.
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