JAIPUR: Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) supremo Lalit Modi's 22-yr old son Ruchir might contest for a post of president of Alwar District Cricket Association (DCA).
The reports disclosed that he would replace his father Lalit Modi once he will get elected in the elections.
“Ruchir's election was conducted as per the regulations of Rajasthan Sports Act and an observer of sports council was present.” Alwar DCA secretary and Modi loyalist Pawan Goyel said.
Lalit Modi was suspended by the BCCI during IPL matches. BCCI alleged that his suspension will be withdrawn if he will be eliminated from the post. From the past three years, the BCCI has alleged that no international matches will be played in Jaipur's Sawai Mansingh Stadium during this period.
As per high court order, the state's cricketers will carry on their matches in the BCCI domestic season as Team Rajasthan.
"The RCA had recently declared that it will abide by the Lodha Committee recommendations and based on that Lalit Modi would have to step down. RCA is the first state association to welcome the Justice Lodha Committee reforms and also resolved to implement it," RCA deputy president Mehmood Abdi asserted.
The recommendations of Lodha Committee suggested that the elections of state association would be conducted on November 15. With the opponent group inside the RCA in disorder, the Modi bunch obviously holds the high ground and in view of current computations, it ought to be a smooth ride for Ruchir.
In the event that the youthful Modi becomes the RCA president, the BCCI will no more have any ground to keep RCA in suspension. In the meantime, Abdi's confirmation of actualizing the Lodha Committee proposals will be met. Lalit Modi will keep on holding influence, a reality that the BCCI would know about. This could well end up being Lalit Modi's masterstroke.
Amin Pathan, who had driven the disobedience to Lalit Modi a year ago by bringing a no-certainty movement yet later venturing aside subsequent to neglecting to accumulate the numbers, has since been made the director of Rajasthan's Haj Committee.