Cricket Association Of Pondicherry Suspends T20 Tournament

Cricket Affiliation Of Pondicherry Suspends T20 Event


Underneath fireplace after Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi pulled them up over alleged unlawful stadium building, the Cricket Affiliation of Pondicherry (CAP) administration on Saturday determined to briefly droop the Siechem Pondicherry T20 event. The CAP took the choice based mostly on the report submitted by A.G.Shanmugavel, Property Supervisor-cum-Facility In-charge, in accordance with a launch issued by them. “CAP is of the view that the Lt. Governor, Kiren Bedi, shouldn’t have issued her letter dated 12.11.2020 and viralled it by social media that has broken CAP and land house owners’ repute with out giving alternative to both of us to elucidate our factual place; or the Lt. Governor herself ought to have visited the CAP campus, which we’ve been requesting for the final three years”, Secretary of CAP V. Chandran wrote.

“When so many Ranji Trophy matches passed off for the final three years in the identical venue and the Lt. Governor can be conscious of it, we fail to know as to why within the final ten days we’re put to such a hostile acid check. We invited the Lt. Governor, Chief Minister, Ex-Chief Minister and Chief of Opposition, Speaker of the Legislative Meeting, all Ministers, all MLAs, Ex-MLAs and a lot of the workplaces in authorities, for the opening ceremony of Siechem Pondicherry T20 event on 11.11.2020, as “one household”, however that has backfired for mysterious causes.”

Talking to ANI, a supply within the BCCI who has been monitoring developments mentioned: “Simply because illegalities and irregularities are hidden for three years, it does not imply that they change into authorized.”


Whereas Bedi had pulled up CAP and Siechem Applied sciences managing director P Damodaran with regard to the alleged unlawful building of the stadium, Bharathidasan Pondicherry Cricketers Discussion board (BPCF) had additionally written to Pondicherry’s Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi to look into the misuse of funds given by the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) to CAP for improvement of the game within the Union Territory.

Within the letter, accessed by ANI, BPCF secretary G Chandran had requested Bedi to intervene and organise a committee to inquire concerning the actions that present CAP representatives are Siechem Applied sciences workers and management the entire affiliation.

Subjects talked about on this article

Supply hyperlink

Leave a Reply