With the potential of being stripped off internet hosting rights for the fourth Check match between India and South Africa looming giant, the Delhi and District Cricket Affiliation (DDCA) may lose out on internet hosting the upcoming World T20 matches. Anurag Thakur, BCCI Secretary, has made it clear that if the DDCA fails to satisfy board’s deadline of November 17 for getting the required clearances from civic our bodies with a purpose to host the Check from December three, the board is nearly sure to remove worldwide matches arising after that.
“We’ve to attend and watch until November 17 if Delhi is prepared or not for the Check. If Delhi fails to stage the Check, the venue may additionally lose the World T20 matches,” Thakur informed TOI on Sunday .
DDCA, which is almost bankrupt in the intervening time, is reeling beneath the burden of getting to pay almost Rs 24.50 crore as leisure tax to the state authorities. The affiliation, which has been hit arduous by unprofessional and informal administration through the years, has been looking for appointment with the leisure and excise tax commissioner to attraction for a waiver.
For DDCA, it’s the solely hindrance in internet hosting the match. The three-member probe panel, arrange by Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal to look into alleged irregularities within the DDCA, is but to submit its report which was supposed to return out by Sunday.
“The report will take one other day or two. Nevertheless, the goal is to get it completed by Monday night. There’s an excessive amount of of mess on this affiliation. The system wants to vary,” a authorities supply near the probe panel informed TOI.
Whereas the Delhi authorities has stated that it did not intend to deprive the general public of Delhi of high quality worldwide cricket, prime DDCA officers at the moment are banking on the federal government to melt its stand and provides them some extra time to settle the difficulty.