The home side will hand over a cheque of Rs 10 lakh to the Ankit's family at the post match presentation.

"We're too happy to do so and it's an opportunity for KKR in a small way to remember Ankit and the premature end he faced," CEO and MD of Kolkata Knight Riders Sports Private Ltd said in a letter to the Cricket Association of Bengal.

The CAB also displayed a portrait of Ankit with a caption -- 'Ankit Forever' -- all over the stadium.

Earlier former India captain Sourav Ganguly had decided to give away his BCCI pension for this year to the deceased former Under-19 Bengal captain's family.

In another tragic on-field incident after Phillip Hughes' death last November, the East Bengal cricketer passed away three days after sustaining a head injury during a CAB senior one-day knock-out match against Bhowanipore SC on April 17.

Ankit was in hospital for three days and was showing signs of recovery but died on April 20 early morning after a massive cardiac arrest.

The 20-year-old, a talented right-hander, had captained the Bengal U-19 team in Cooch Behar Trophy and was in the 30-member India U-19 probables list for the 2014 Colts World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

He was also playing for Bengal A (U-23 side) in CK Nayudu national Championship.

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