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DDCA directors withdraw powers of their president

DNMUM435399 | 4/24/2019 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :377



New Delhi: In a major development late on Monday, a majority of 10 directors (out of total 16) of Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) withdrew all the powers vested to president Rajat Sharma.
Sharma, who was voted to power in DDCA in July 2018, has been facing revolt for alleged ill treatment meted out to some directors. The issue snowballed into a major controversy during an Indian Premier League game against Mumbai Indians recently when three or four directors were denied food for not wearing the prerequisite arm bands.
Sharma has been having a running feud with secretary Vinod Tihara ever since he took office. That was the reason why Tihara, who played major role in Sharma’s victory in elections over rival group led by
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