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Delhi owner Parth Jindal is happy with the way things have turned around for DC - Delhi

At 30, Parth Jindal is one of the youngest franchise owners in the IPL. In 2018, Indian business conglomerate Jindal South West (JSW), of which he is a senior director, bought a 50% stake in the Delhi franchise, paying Rs 550 crore (about US$85 million) to hold joint ownership with the GMR Group. The deal involves JSW and GMR swapping roles to lead the team management every two years. The 2020 IPL is the last of JSW's first cycle as lead managers. Jindal tells a popular news daily why he is confident the Capitals are capable of making the playoffs for the second straight year, having finished third in the 2019 IPL

“It has been incredible. I took over as chairman after the 2018 season, and that's when we rebranded Delhi Daredevils to DC - Delhi, brought in Sourav Ganguly as mentor. Ricky Ponting continued as head coach, we brought in Mohammad Kaif [as assistant coach], got in Dhiraj Malhotra as the new CEO. Then we changed the team colours and went in with a very clear auction strategy on what we need and don't need.” He said

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