Only few persons controlling District Cricket Associations: Cricket clubs

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Various cricket clubs of Kashmir valley have raised a concern that few persons with the backing of some persons in J&K Cricket Association and Registrar of Societies are trying create District Cricket Association for their personal benefit with no equal representation to all.

The club alleged that these few persons who are close to JKCA have already submitted their documents in Registrar of Societies with the intention to register their district body which doesn’t give equal rights to clubs in districts.

“The whole concept of JKCA new constitution was that all districts in State will get equal representation in State cricket body. Same was to imply for Districts in which all clubs were to get equal representation in district body,” said a club member from Budgam.

“But that is not happening in Budgam and other districts. In our district few person have reached to Registrar of Societies to register their district body. The irony is that the body is not representation of whole district and they are trying to control the cricket in District and avail all the benefits for personal benefit,” he added.

The club members from other district have raised similar objection and have said that it is same situation what was few years back with few clubs getting all benefit.

“Nothing has changed only faces have changed. Previously some clubs were ruling JKCA and now few persons chosen by JKCA current office bearers are trying to do monopoly,” they said.