Case registered against HCA chief, others

By Author  |  Published: 20th Dec 2016  12:17 amUpdated: 20th Dec 2016  12:20 am

Hyderabad: The police here have registered a case against Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) president Arshad Ayub and six other officials for allegedly causing a loss of Rs 120 crore to the cricket body.

Following a complaint by T Sheshanarayan, a case was registered yesterday against Ayub and six other HCA officials under IPC sections 403 (misappropriation of property), 406 (criminal breach of trust) and 415 (cheating), said inspector Y Narasimha Reddy of Uppal Police Station.

The complainant accuses collusion of auditors and members of the HCA executive committee of 2014-16 and forgery, fudging of account books. Procedure was not followed when floating tenders, he alleges. Probe is on. Nobody has been arrested yet.