New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday assured former Indian cricketers that his government would probe the alleged irregularities in the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) if needed.
Former Indian cricket captain Bishan Singh Bedi along with former medium pacer Madan Lal called on Kejriwal and discussed irregularities in the association.
"Corruption in DDCA and the glaring issues which we are all aware of were discussed in the meeting," legendary left-arm spinner Bedi told reporters after the meeting.
"He (Kejriwal) assured his support in removing shortcomings in Delhi cricket. If needed, he will set up a commission of inquiry," Bedi, who lost the 2013 DDCA presidential election against Sneh Prakash Bansal, said.
"You know what is going on in DDCA. But we cannot close our eyes."