DDCA mulling legal action against Kirti Azad: Treasurer Manchanda

PTI | DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Dec 23, 2015, 3:27 pm IST
Updated Mar 26, 2019, 3:22 pm IST
The treasurer also said that DDCA is applying for all the requisite government clearances for the organisation of ICC World T20 much in advance. (Photo: PTI)
 The treasurer also said that DDCA is applying for all the requisite government clearances for the organisation of ICC World T20 much in advance. (Photo: PTI)

New Delhi: Delhi & Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) treasurer Ravinder Manchanda on Tuesday said they are mulling legal recourse against BJP MP Kirti Azad, who has alleged that some of the prominent officials have been allegedly involved in financial bungling.

"Kirti Azad has been making baseless allegations against the association for the past few days. He is maligning the image of some of our prominent members. Also he is only showing the documents released by us. Since he has made false allegations, the senior members strongly feel that we should be taking legal recourse and file a defamation suit against Kirti," Manchanda said.

Read: DDCA row echoes in Parliament; Kirti Azad joins Congress against Jaitley

"For the past few days we have released all the documents in the media. We have made point by point rebuttal against all the allegations levelled by him. We have released all the documents and break-ups of the financial spendings," Manchanda said.

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The treasurer also said that DDCA is applying for all the requisite government clearances for the organisation of ICC World T20 much in advance. Kotla is supposed to host 10 matches in men's and women's category including the marquee semifinal match.

 

 

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