Delhi govt’s commission of enquiry will probe Arun Jaitley’s entire tenure as DDCA president


Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has ordered a commission of enquiry headed by eminent jurist Gopal Subramaniam to look into the financial irregularities in the DDCA.

On Sunday, Kejriwal wrote a letter to Subramaniam defining the terms of reference for the probe. Among other things, the Delhi CM asked him to probe the alleged corruption between 1 January 1992 and 30 November 2015.

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This also covers the entire period of Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, as the DDCA president.

Here are terms of reference for the probe;

  • Working, management and administration (including alleged financial irregularities of the DDCA
  • Whether such practice has been conducive to the game of cricket
  • Recommendations to make DDCA an institution compatible with international standards
  • Identify any acts of ommissions and commissions by DDCA and its office bearers during the priod 1 January 1992 and 20 November 2015 and fix responsibility
  • Whether such acts and ommisions need to be pursued and if so in what manner
  • Recommendations to make DDCA and effective and transparent body so that it could promote the glorious game of cricket and identify and nurture talent
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