New Delhi: The Delhi government on Tuesday tabled a resolution to set up a Commission of Inquiry to probe alleged corruption in the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA).
Tabling the resolution, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia alleged that gross irregularities had taken place in the DDCA.
He said the Delhi assembly was concerned over the “massive corruption” in the cricket body.
“I urge that the Assembly to constitute an inquiry commission Under Rule 90 of 1953, Section 3,” Sisodia reportedly said at the special session.
Seeking a probe into the charges of corruption in the cricket body, Sisodia said, “Some media reports said that sports is not a state subject. But sports is a state subject,” adding, “In Delhi, when a young person tries to play cricket professionally, he has to face corruption. People are playing with future of talented cricketers.”
AAP MLA Alka Lamba spoke in favour of the motion and condemned the CBI raid on Kejriwal’s office.
Slamming Finance Minister and former DDCA president Arun Jaitley, Lamba sought a probe against him for alleged corruption in the association during his tenure i.e. 1999-2013 in the cricket body.
“I was in the Secretariat when the raid happened and CBI officials read each paper of the DDCA files and notes were read and inquired into,” Lamba said. (With inputs from agencies)