Rajasthan especially cricket lovers are going to get a big gift. Pinkcity is soon going to create another history on the world stage. In fact, the third largest stadium in the world and the second largest in the country is going to be built in Rajasthan.
This will be the second largest stadium in India after Motera in Ahmedabad. Very special, this stadium will prove to be a big achievement in the field of Rajasthan cricket. This stadium will be built on Delhi Road in Chonp, RCA has taken the first step towards the stadium. The construction of this stadium with a capacity of 75 thousand will be started in the last three days.
How big will this stadium be and what will be the specialty. This stadium will be built in Chonp on Delhi Bypass, about 30 km from Jaipur city. For this, the draft of the design of the stadium has also been prepared. It will cost around 650 crores to make it. A target of two and a half to three years has been set for the completion of this project.
Where the country’s largest stadium with a seating capacity of one lakh ten thousand is located in Motera, Ahmedabad, this stadium in Jaipur will have a seating capacity of 75 thousand spectators. The construction of this stadium will be completed in two phases. 300 crores was spent in the first phase and a capacity of 40 thousand spectators will be built. While Rs 100 crore will be given from the Board of Control for Cricket in India for the first phase, RCA will take a loan of 100 crores from banks etc. and about 90 crores will be raised from the agreement of corporate box and pavilion etc.
At the same time, let us tell you that the stadium also has 11 cricket pitches, 2 practice grounds, a cricket academy. Not only this, this grand stadium will also have hostel, parking, sports club, hotel and gym facilities. The special thing is that all these facilities will be of international level.
According to Vaibhav Gehlot, president of the Rajasthan Cricketers Association, the dream of this stadium was seen by RCA patron CP Joshi, which is now going to be fulfilled. For the last 9 years, RCA was waiting for this land. The allotment of this land was done in the year 2014 itself but due to disputes in RCA the allotment of land got canceled.
When Vaibhav Gehlot became the President of Rajasthan Cricket Association, the process of taking the land was started and now the good news has been received that the land leases have been handed over to RCA President Vaibhav Gehlot for the new stadium. Due to this, the players lovers are also happy. The morale of the cricket players of Rajasthan is also increasing.