DDCA to cooperate with inquiry if it gets clearance
Asserting that DDCA is clean and has no problems with any inquiry, vice-president Chetan Chauhan on Tuesday said the state cricket association is ready to be probed by the AAP regime if it gets the clearance from the central government.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government had ordered a probe into the workings of Delhi & Districts Cricket Association after the Kirti Azad-led dissident faction alleged massive financial irregularities through an expose. Former cricketer Chauhan insists that DDCA has always been transparent in its working. “We first have to see whether they get the approval or not from the central government.
Look we are registered with the Registrar of Societies, but still if they get the approval then its fine. As it is we are facing the inquiry from the CBI, from the ROC, so we will provide whatever information they want,” Chauhan said. “It is not a matter of cooperation, when I say I will face the inquiry then I will face the inquiry and whatever papers they demand we will give that,” he added.
The DDCA has been facing allegations of fraud and money embezzlement for quite some time now and Chauhan said that they are afraid of nothing.
“We have got everything in place. We have given everything to CBI, whatever information they needed we gave it to them. Similarly we have given the information to ROC also,” he said.