Hyderabad: The fall out was inevitable. The selections of the Hyderabad under-19 squad had raised quite a few eyebrows and criticism ran high, with...
In a letter to the club secretaries and institutions, Vijayanand said: It is instructed to all the club members/institutions of the three-day league matches and two-day league matches to be stopped with immediate effect
This comes after Ombudsman Justice Deepak Verma had temporarily disqualified the Apex Council members, including vice president John Manoj and secretary R Vijayanand on Sunday.
Vicepresident John Manoj, secretary R Vijayanand, joint secretary Naresh Sharma, treasurer Surender Agarwal and Councilor P Anuradha are facing enquiry under Rule 41(1) (b) by the Ombudsman.
In a significant development Vijayanand was invited along with Azharuddin to represent Hyderabad Cricket Association.
Azharuddin said he had written a letter to the secretary (R Vijayanand) on June 6 to not to conduct any meetings as it is illegal.
It is perhaps for the first time the association had issued a show-cause notice to a president.
This statement comes a day after Vijayanand had announced the appointment of Shivlal Yadav as representative of HCA to the virtual meeting of BCCI's SGM on May 29
A statement which was issued by HCA president on Friday said the file is before the Ombudsman Deepak Verma
The four Apex Council office-bearers lash out at Azhar for his 'atrocious behaviour’
With the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic situation, BCCI chose only six venues for conducting the cash-rich league and omitted Hyderabad from the list
Out of the 336 players, 240 passed the minimum endurance qualification mark of 16.1 in the test conducted at Uppal Stadium.
HCA president, Mohammed Azharuddin said he would shortly, in consultation with secretary R Vijayanand, decide on the special meeting
Among the resolutions that were passed unanimously at the 'informal’ meeting, were to hold the long pending Annual General Meeting (AGM) on March 28
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