“For eminent retired judges like you to merely stand there during the IPL presentation was really awkward.” © BCCI
The two-member Committee of Administrators (CoA) approved to run the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) via the Bombay High Court continues to stand ‘bouncers’ from veteran cricket administrator prof Ratnakar Shetty.
After writing an email to the CoA about in search of to understand the growth at the draft charter, TOI has learnt that Shetty has shot off some other electronic mail to the committee in June, this time asking its contributors, retired judges HL Gokhale and VM Kanade, to chorus from showing on level in post-match ceremonies right through the IPL except making the distribution of IPL tickets public at the MCA’s web page.
“Dear Sirs, it’s sad that you were not briefed properly about the presentation function post-IPL matches. For eminent retired judges like you to merely stand there during presentation was really awkward. I wish somebody had given you an idea of the same. The CoA whether BCCI or at DDCA or HCA politely refused the offer,” Shetty says within the electronic mail. TOI has a duplicate of that mail.
“As per the decision of the General Body, the distribution of tickets in the IPL are displayed on the website of MCA, however this time, even after two weeks from the last game, the information is not put up. Please advise the concerned people to put up the chart on the website, match-wise,” he concludes.
Apart from Shetty, former managing committee member Ravi Mandrekar, who represents Gaud Saraswat cricket membership within the MCA, too needs the CoA to position up the distribution of IPL tickets at the affiliation’s web page, but even so making ready an amended draft charter as according to the Lodha reforms, regardless of the Supreme Court’s verdict on July five.