Ajay Shirke invites RCA at meet, Anurag Thakur says nothing doing


The BCCI heavy hitters appears to need in unanimity, passing by the way the Rajasthan Cricket Association issue was taken care of at the extraordinary meeting in New Delhi on Saturday. While secretary Ajay Shirke by and by welcomed RCA delegate Mehmood Abdi to go to the meeting, president Anurag Thakur said certainly not.

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In the wake of going through around 40 minutes with the BCCI individuals, Abdi, RCA 's delegate president, needed to pull back himself just before the meeting began, on the grounds that Thakur had reservations against his nearness. The RCA has been suspended by the BCCI, yet Abdi's dispute has been that this bar was for six months and since it is well over a year, it stands invalid and void. RCA secretary Sumendra Tiwary, in his letter to BCCI president and secretary on Friday, had pushed upon this while requesting that they permit Abdi to at tend the meeting.

Abdi educated TOI that he had gotten a call from Shirke at 2.30 pm on Saturday, requesting that he be available at the meeting. "I was there well in time and was sitting with Shirke and different individuals, putting RCA 's sees, when the president strolled in. He instantly had reservations about my nearness there.

Shirke attempted to convince him, yet Thakur would not tune in. At last, Shirke asked for me to pull back from the meeting, which I did." Abdi, be that as it may, had enough time to converse with a large portion of the individuals, despite the fact that casually . "I argued RCA 's case that the suspension was currently illicit. It is not RCA 's blame that there is no disciplinary board now and the suspension ought to be disavowed promptly .I think I figured out how to persuade the majority of the individuals," Abdi said.

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