Ad-hoc panel files case against HCA

Hyderabad Cricket Association, HCA, FIR, Uppal police, ad-hoc committee, Prakash Chand Jain, Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.

By Author  |  Published: 17th Dec 2016  1:18 pm

Hyderabad: There seems to be more trouble for Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) officials as a FIR was registered against them on Friday by the Uppal police for not allowing the ad-hoc committee led by Prakash Chand Jain to enter the cricket body’s office at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Uppal. Jain and a few other club secretaries had tried to enter the stadium but were not allowed by the security staff on instructions from the HCA officials.

The members lodged a complaint with the Uppal police, who registered a FIR.

“Facts of the case are that in the Special General Meeting of HCA held on November 20, 2016, the complainant (was) appointed adhoc committee chairman to carry out day-to-day functioning. The complainant along with committee members and secretaries, who had come to the Uppal stadium on December 5 and on Friday at 3.30 pm, tried to enter the premises to carry out their work, they were told that they are not allowed to enter on the instructions of erstwhile president Arshad Ayub and other office-bearers John Manoj, Purshotham Agarwal, Narender Goud, Devraj and Adnan Mahmood,” the FIR stated.