No appeal from Haryana CA to BCCI on Chandila ban: Chaudhary
The BCCI treasurer and secretary of Haryana Cricket Association <g data-gr-id="18">Aniruddh</g> Chaudhary on Thursday made it clear that his state association would not make any plea to the <g data-gr-id="19">Baord</g> to revoke the ban imposed on tainted cricketer Ajit Chandila.
Chandila, S Sreesanth and <g data-gr-id="20">Ankeet</g> Chavan were recently acquitted by Patiala House Court here which dropped the <g data-gr-id="21">MCOCA</g> charges levelled against them by the Delhi Police in IPL 2013 spot-fixing scandal but BCCI's life ban continues to remain in place. As far as Chandila is concerned, he is still under indefinite suspension.
While Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) chief T C Mathew and Mumbai CA secretary P V Shetty have stated that they would request the BCCI to consider allowing Sreesanth and Chavan to play club cricket, Chandila will not find it easy as his parent state body HCA is not behind him currently.
"There is a BCCI suspension on Ajit Chandila and until the Board decides otherwise, we are not thinking on those lines. Haryana Cricket Association is not going to make any appeal to BCCI regarding revoking Ajit Chandila's suspension.