Kejriwal government wants BCCI to suspend DDCA


A three-member committee, appointed by the Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party government to probe a variety of allegations against DDCA and its officials, recommended that the BCCI suspend the association.

This is part of a series of recommendations made to streamline the affairs of beleaguered DDCA, including appointing a commissioner of inquiry and bringing it under RTI.

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While noting that the BCCI cannot have a hands-off approach, the committee, headed by Chetan B. Sanghi, Principal Secretary PWD, Urban Development & Vigilance, has also suggested that the BCCI suspend the DDCA as per the Memorandum and Rules and Regulations of the BCCI per Regulation 32 (ii).

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The BCCI has allotted the DDCA the fourth India-South Africa Test, starting 3 December, and set a November 17 deadline for the Delhi association to inform if it was able to host the match. The deadline expires this evening.

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