Chess: Atanu Lahiri moves court after being sacked by BCA

The BCA ad-hoc committee had removed Atanu Lahiri from the post of secretary over various allegations levelled against him by Grandmaster Dibyendu Barua.

Dibyendu Barua (in picture) had alleged numerous acts of misuse of power and misappropriation of State Government fund by Atanu Lahiri.   -  The Hindu

Atanu Lahiri, who was removed from the post of secretary by a Bengal Chess Association (BCA) ad-hoc committee, retaliated at the BCA, alleging that its working president Srenik Sett “has committed fraud by misleading the court to get an interim ex parte order to stall the upcoming elections of BCA.”

READ: Bengal Chess Association removes Atanu Lahiri

In a petition filed at the 24 Parganas district court on Thursday, Lahiri stated, "In order to avoid the caveat filed by him in the appropriate court of jurisdiction, Mr. Sett has fraudulently misrepresented the police station of the office of Bengal Chess Association as Purba Jadavpur instead of Survey Park." 

Lahiri had called for BCA elections on October 4. However, the BCA moved court and got status quo on election activities till November 20.

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