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.
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.