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Members question Dalmiya son representing NCC at BCCI’s SGM

A section of members from the National Cricket Club (NCC), one of the affiliated voting units of BCCI, on Saturday questioned as to how late Jagmohan Dalmiya’s son Avishek represented the club at the Special General Meeting of the BCCI.

The members in a press conference claimed that Avishek Dalmiya was not a member of NCC and also raised questions as to who gave permission to Dalmiya junior to <g data-gr-id="19">repesent</g> them at BCCI’s SGM.

“Avishek, who is 34 now, cannot become a member of NCC as there has not been any updation of membership list and the card since 1981,” spokesperson of the revolting NCC group Prabhat Jhawar told a news conference.

They also made shocking claims that NCC in its 2013-14 annual return showed total members as 17 –16 working and one other –as against 2200 life and 800 founder members.

“That means 2983 members are dead including all of us,” Jhawar said, claiming that NCC did not have any election for decades. He alleged that former BCCI vice-president KP Kajaria is illegally running the show occupying the secretary’s post for the last 43 years.

Alleging irregularities in ticket distribution, they also claimed that NCC collect tickets on behalf of members, who are dead and false filing at Registrar of Companies. 
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