Goa government will start a procedure to withdraw the distinguishment given to Goa Cricket Association (GCA) that was involved in debate after the notorious 2001 ticketgate scam, the sports minister said.
State sports minister Ramesh Tawadkar told the Assembly today that the state-run Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) has effectively educated GCA that they will withdraw its distinguishment until the whole managing committee, including some office bearers arraigned by a legal commission in the scam, empty office. Justice M B Pendse Commission examined the ticket trick amid April 6, 2001 India–Australia match held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium at Fatorda.
GCA president Vinod Phadke and previous president Dayanand Narvekar were charged for purportedly entering into a criminal scam with the ticket builder, Chinmay Fallari, for the offer of tickets by control in the delicate for an attention of Rs 68 lakh. “We have kept in touch with the GCA Secretary on July 11, 2012 that SAG may consider withdrawing distinguishment of the GCA until and unless the whole overseeing advisory group empties the workplace, including Narvekar, Phadke and secretary Shankardas don’t partake in the administration of the affiliation,” he said.
On the other hand, till date SAG has none, of these gotten any reaction towards the letter nor GCA has authoritatively educated SAG about the decision of the new overseeing advisory group, the priest included. Tawadkar said, “Hang will now launch the procedure of derecognising the relationship as per law. Thus, the recorder of social orders will likewise investigate the likelihood to start the procedure for deregistration of GCA as a general public under the Societies Act.”