Ganguly-drove Taxi moves Incomparable Court against Council of Directors

Ganguly-drove Taxi moves Incomparable Court against Council of Directors
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Following in the strides of Board of Control for Cricket in India joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary, the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court testing that the Committee of Administrators (COA) has acted past the extension and expert.

The choice was taken after express affiliation’s working board meeting led by previous India chief Sourav Ganguly.

The request of states that COA’s activities are infringing upon the essential rights under the Articles 19 (1)(c) and (19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India and additionally in spite of the request of the Supreme Court passed on July 18, 2016.

With Wednesday, March 1, being the due date set by the Supreme Court-delegated COA for State Associations to present the consistence report, the CAB chose to challenge their power in the Apex Court.


“It’s a similar manage influencing all the 29 affiliations,” CAB president Sourav Ganguly said.

The COA has likewise been educated that the CAB has not gotten any give of Rs 16.75 crore from the BCCI and does not frame some portion of 13 state affiliations specified in the request of the decent Apex Court in October, 2016.

“The COA by holding that according to the “preclusions” gave by the respectable Apex Court nobody could be a part, agents, consultants, benefactor, or significantly individual from any Committee of the Associations, they have acted in break of the basic rights cherished under Article 19 (1) (c) and (19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India and also the particular perceptions to that degree made by the fair Supreme Court in its request on July 18, 2016,” CAB legitimate Advisor Ushanath Banerjee said.

Banerjee additionally specified that from the substance of the mail got from the COA on February 22, 2017, CAB has chosen to challenge their diktat on four numbers despite the fact that they have sent a rundown of qualified office-bearers to COA.

The COA has been insinuated that president Sourav Ganguly, the two joint secretaries Subir Ganguly and Avishek Dalmiya, colleague secretary Anu Dutta alongside the three VPs Shankar Lal Bagchi, Samar Pal and Sudip Bose are still eligibe office-conveyor. The main ineligible office-carrier is treasurer Biswarup Dey.

Picture: Sourav Ganguly

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