BJP leaders Sunil Yadav and Rajni Abbi were on Friday nominated as the new Directors on the managing committee of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) while senior advocate Maninder Singh has been retained as the third government nominee.
The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (Land and Development Office), through a letter, informed the DDCA that Yadav was nominated as the representative of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Abbi represented the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, and Maninder Singh was the representative of the Sports Authority of India.
The term of the three Directors is of two years, beginning September 1.
“The government, however, has a right to curtail or extend the period of nomination. They will have the option to resign from the managing committee of the DDCA with the prior approval of the government,” said the letter of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, which has been accessed by IANS.
“They will have full voting rights in all meetings. They will also be nominated as full-fledged member with full voting rights to any committee/sub-committee/group that might be constituted by the DDCA. They may be furnished with the latest amended bye-laws of the association along with a list of members of the DDCA and the annual reports and accounts of the association for the last two years,” said the letter.
“Appointed as Director, Delhi and District Cricket Association DDCA (Govt appointee).I want to thank party’s leadership for this responsibility. Thank you @narendramodi Ji @JPNadda Ji @AmitShah Ji @HardeepSPuri Ji @KirenRijiju Ji @adeshguptabjp Ji rohanjaitley Ji @sonalijaitley,” tweeted Yadav.
Yadav had served as the government nominated Director of DDCA earlier too.