Remove gone clubs from ‘faulty’ MCA voter list, says ex-office dispatcher Mandrekar

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Mumbai: With a rarely politicised biennial elections of a Mumbai Cricket Association turn a corner, one of a voting club’s deputy has termed a voters’ list as inadequate as it contained clubs that no longer exist.

File print of obligatory MCA president, Sharad Pawar. PTIFile print of obligatory MCA president, Sharad Pawar. PTI

File print of obligatory MCA president, Sharad Pawar. PTI

Former MCA bureau dispatcher Ravi Mandrekar has cited mins of a association’s Affiliation Sub Committee that uncover that 7 clubs have close emporium or ceased cricket activities and indispensable to be weeded out of a electoral rolls or else a choosing routine could be challenged in a justice of law.

The elections, slated to be hold on Jun 17, have already acquired a complicated domestic point with a omnipotence of NCP supremo and obligatory President Sharad Pawar being challenged by effusive VP Vijay Patil for a President’s post with a full subsidy of a Shiv Sena.

Among those contesting from a Pawar-Bal Mahaddalkar statute row is BJP MLA Ashish Shelar, who is contesting a dual Vice President’s post along with Sena MP Pratap Sarnaik, who is fighting a elections as partial of Vijay Patil’s “Cricket First” group.

Mandrekar pronounced as per a mins of a assembly of a sub-committee, a offices of dual of these, Golden Tobacco and Indo Burman Petroleum, have close shop, 3 other clubs – DMC, JK and Reptakos – have created to MCA that they had stopped their cricket activities, Indian Airlines has joined with Air India that is already a member of MCA while authority had sensitive a row that Mafatlal SC has hermetic down.

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“Therefore we interest to we that a voter list prepared by Association is inadequate and names of following 7 clubs should
be private from electorate list,” Mandrekar has settled in a letter.

“I wish we will take suitable movement before choosing and announce that names of above 7 electorate have been private from voter List. Alternatively, announce that a 7 voters’ opinion will be hermetic separately.

“Failure to take one of these stairs could see a choosing being challenged (in a court),” he has remarked and sought a response from a choosing officer.

PTI

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