A piquant situation could arise for the Committee of Administrators (CoA) if the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA), through the SGM held last week, decides to reject key reforms suggested by the Lodha Committee.
It is learnt that a section of the DDCA had campaigned to convince its members, who had participated in the e-voting process, to vote against the abolition of the proxy system.
Incidentally, the CoA had asked all the Board’s affiliated units to fall in line but DDCA appears to be still up in arms.
The decision could lead to sanctions against the DDCA which may lose the right to host any matches, domestic or international. The DDCA may also stand to lose its affiliation to the BCCI.
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