220 tested at check up camp organised by CAB
30th March 2021
Cricket Association of Bengal has organised a health check up camp today under the benevolent scheme at Eden Gardens where 220 people including the umpires, scorers, groundstaff and office staff got a health check up.
"It is our priority to take care of the various stake holders of Bengal cricket and hence the camp has been organised to give them a free ecg test, blood sugar, blood pressure and eye check up test," said CAB President Avishek Dalmiya.
44 observers, 87 umpires, 43 scorers, 15 groundstaff, 13 CAB staff and 18 others were part of the program where they had blood sugar, blood pressure, ECG and eye check up done and the association organised it to make sure the various stake holders of the game are in their best condition and safe.
"This is an initiative taken by CAB President Avishek Dalmiya. I personally supervised to see everything was in place and also got a checkup done," said CAB Joint Secretary Debabrata Das.
"This was done as part of CAB Benevolent Scheme. We have a lot of plans in place which we will organise from time to time. This was the first of the many such camps," said Mr Danish Seth, Chairman Players' Benevolent and Benefit Fund.
"We will keep doing such camps to bring welfare to the doorsteps of the various people involved with the cricket," said member stadium committee Nav Ratan Jhawar.
CAB MEDIA DESK