Former Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi was on Monday ousted from the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) as the members of the association passed a no-confidence motion against the president and his office-bearers.
Rival factions of Rajasthan Cricket Association will test their strengths when the no confidence motion against top four office bearers, including former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi, is put to vote during the Extraordinary General Meeting here on Monday.
Suspended Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) deputy president Mehmood Abdi has alleged that N Srinivasan committed contempt of court by participating in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the BCCI at a city hotel here today.Abdi, the permanent representative of RCA in BCCI, claimed that despite being asked to stay away from the AGM by the Supreme Court, Srinivasan participated in the proceedings.
The Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday granted relief to the office-bearers of the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) by quashing the no-confidence motion by which a faction of the RCA had removed president Lalit Modi and a couple of other office bearers.
Rajasthan Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje says that she has no role in the ouster of Lalit Modi as the president of Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA). Raje claimed that she is staying away from such controversies.
With mudslinging on the rise in the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA), the Lalit Modi faction has moved High court against BJP minorities cell leader Amin Pathan and few others, who allegedly removed the former IPL commissioner in a coup following a no-confidence motion.
The "working president" of the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) and Vasundhara Raje loyalist Amin Pathan on Sunday said that he would seek recognition from BCCI having "ousted" Lalit Modi with the help of 23 out of the 33 district unit of the state body.
The drama surrounding the Rajasthan Cricket Association took a new turn today after "suspended secretary" of the Lalit Modi faction, Sumendra Tiwary, filed a police complaint against leader of rival group Amin Pathan, who was in turn "suspended" by the former IPL supremo's faction for bringing disrepute to RCA.
Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman, Lalit Modi has been removed as the president of Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) on Saturday. It's believed to be a move to resolve the long standing dispute between the association and Board for Cricket Control in India (BCCI).
The Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday cleared the decks for its state cricketers to participate in all the domestic tournaments by naming selection committees for senior, junior and women's cricket, which both Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) and BCCI accepted.
The BCCI's disciplinary committee meeting with the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) officials failed to break the deadlock after the objections raised by a top official of the suspended association regarding composition of the disciplinary committee.
The Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) on Wednesday received some sort of relief as the District Judge (Jaipur City) has dismissed the transfer application filed by BCCI seeking transfer of RCA suit from ADJ -4 Jaipur.
Suspended Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) is banking on the ADJ Court's verdict here on September 8 to end its impasse with the BCCI and hopes for a favourable decision which will clear the decks for its players to play in the upcoming domestic season.
With domestic season set to kick off in another month and a half's time, the future of top Rajasthan cricketers like Pankaj Singh, Robin Bist and Ashok Menaria hangs in balance as it is difficult for them to even get an inter-state transfer to play for any other state.
Former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner, Lalit Modi can finally return to India. In a landmark judgment, Delhi High Court on Wednesday restored his passport. Besides, the ruling also set aside all the previous orders on the 48-year-old cricket administrator.
Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA), currently suspended by the BCCI, could miss playing in the upcoming domestic season unless the two bodies, engaged in a legal fight over election of Lalit Modi, sort out the matter.
At loggerheads with BCCI over its move to propose a five-member panel to look after cricket in the state, the Rajasthan Cricket Association today got a shot in the arm when the Registrar of Co-operative Societies here refused to recognised the Board`s ad-hoc committee.
Rajasthan Cricket Association Vice-President Mehmood Abdi on Tuesday said that RCA may take legal recourse regarding the reported move by the BCCI to form an ad-hoc committee to run the affairs of the state body.