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MCA may decide on application against selectors in two-three days

The fate of the application moved against Mumbai cricket chief selector Ajit Agarkar and three other selectors is likely to be decided in two-three days.

By: PTI | Published: August 14, 2018 12:29:58 am
Ajit Agarkar at Sachin Tendulkar's birthday Mumbai cricket chief selector Ajit Agarkar. (Photo by Varinder Chawla)

The fate of the application moved against Mumbai cricket chief selector Ajit Agarkar and three other selectors is likely to be decided in two-three days, it was learnt in Mumbai on Monday.

It is understood the application has been submitted by Parsee Gymkhana cricket secretary and vice-president Khodadad Yazdegardi to the Committee of Administrators (CoA) of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) on July 30 seeking removal of the selectors over their alleged non-performance.

The MCA CoA comprises retired Judges Hemant Gokhale and V M Kanade.

Yazdegardi has requested the MCA to call a Special General Meeting to discuss the issue and submitted signatures of over 30 members in support of his stand.

Sources in the cricket body said the MCA will have to take a call on the application by August 21.

“It is expected that a decision on it (the application) will be taken within the next two-three days,” a highly-placed source said.

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