Once again demonstrating his humility, departing head coach rahul dravid declined an extra Rs 2.5 crore payment from the indian Cricket Board (BCOI) following their team's victory in the t20 world cup in Barbados. Dravid answered the phone to make sure that each member of the senior men's team's support personnel received an equal incentive.

The players and support personnel on Team india will receive a prize money of Rs 125 crore, according to the BCCI. The other members of the support staff, including batting coach vikram Rathour, bowling coach Paras Mhambrey, and fielding coach T Dilip, were scheduled to get bonuses of Rs 2.5 crore in addition to the Rs 5 crore paid to the players and rahul Dravid. rahul dravid informed the board, according to a source who spoke to india Today, that he would only accept a bonus of Rs 2.5 crore.

The selections and travelling reserves received rewards of Rs 1 crore apiece, while support staff members received Rs 2.5 crore. Following Thursday, July 4, in Mumbai, the squad was presented with the prize money by President Roger Binny and bcci Secretary Jay Shah.

This is not the first time rahul dravid has made such a kind suggestion. Following India's victory in the U19 Men's world cup in 2018, the bcci declared a prize fund of Rs 50 lakh for the team's then-coach Dravid, Rs 20 lakh for the other members, and Rs 30 lakh for the players. The indian Cricket Board granted Dravid's proposal to distribute the prize money evenly among the coaching staff.

At the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday, rahul dravid, who was recalling the success of the t20 world cup, gave a glowing speech about the members of his support staff. The terms of Rathour, Mhambrey, and dilip came to an end together with those of Dravid.

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