New Delhi: Rakesh Bansal was on Wednesday disqualified as vice president of the Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) after he was found to be accused in a criminal case and is being charged.
“The DDCA on Wednesday received intimation that Mr. Rakesh Bansal, who is vice-president of the DDCA, has been accused and charged in a criminal case for the offense under Section 138 NI Act by the court of Mr. Tushar Gupta, Metropolitan Magistrate,” DDCA said in a media statement posted on its official Twitter handle.
“Subsequently, the Chief Financial Officer, Mr. PC Vaish, wrote to Mr. Rakesh Bansal on November 20, informing him of his disqualification and stating that the rule does not permit him from continuing as councilor/vice president in the apex council of DDCA,” it added.
Earlier, DDCA President Rajat Sharma had also tendered his resignation. However, DDCA Ombudsman Justice (retd) Badar Durrez Ahmed refused to accept Sharma’s resignation and also refused to let suspended Secretary Vinod Tihara be reinstated. (IANS)