Nine of the 15 Apex Council members rejected the Ombudsman’s role and highlighted the issues affecting the running of the sport in DDCA. IMAGE: DDCA ombudsman Justice (Retd) Badar Durrez Ahmed had rejected Rajat Sharma’s resignation on Sunday, asking him to continue as president. Photograph: BCCI The Apex council of the Delhi & Districts Cricket Association put up a united stand on Tuesday, questioning ombudsman Justice (Retd) Badar Durrez Ahmed’s order which allowed senior journalist Rajat Sharma to continue in his role as DDCA president. Sharma had resigned from his post on Saturday, citing inability to continue amidst “various pulls and pressures”. However, on Sunday, the DDCA ombudsman rejected Sharma’s resignation, asking him to assume office as president and also fixed November 27 to formally hear the matter. The decision did not go down well with the Apex Council, with nine out of the 15 members addressing a joint presser on Tuesday, questioning the Ombudsman’s role and highlighting the issues affecting the running of the sport in DDCA. “We, the following members of the Apex Council, are of the opinion that you cannot rejoin the office as the president of DDCA and the mail stating your rejoining is null and… Read full this story
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