NEW DELHI: The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) has written to the Indian cricket board (BCCI), requesting for an annual grant so that they can clear the dues of cricketers, selectors, match officials and support staff. BCCI has not disbursed annual grant to DDCA due to infighting in the association and allegations of corruption against its directors. Vinod Tihara, who was recently reinstated as DDCA secretary by the Delhi High Court, has sent a letter to the BCCI office-bearers citing funds crunch in the association. In his letter, Tihara claimed that the state body is struggling to pay its cricketers, match officials and support staff. “Now after the legal battles are over and dust has finally settled down, I
NEW DELHI: The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) Ombudsman Justice Deepak Verma has said that elections in DDCA are "most likely" to take place after June, adding that elections shall take place for six posts if not conducted next month. In an order, Verma stated that if the elections take place before June, then it will only take place for four posts, namely president, treasurer and two directors. "As has been mentioned in my previous Order(s), Elections for the post of President and Treasurer are pending and ought to take place as soon as possible. However, it has been brought to my attention, apart from the above-mentioned posts, posts of 2 Directors (who are appointed on rotational basis) is also pending,"