DDCA rejects Kirti Azad’s application, Bedi complains – DDCA rejects Kirti Azad’s application, Bishan Singh Bedi refuses Lokpal TSPO

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  • The DDCA did not give any reason for denying the application
  • Bedi lodged an official complaint with the Lokpal
  • Turns out the application was denied for two reasons

The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) had rejected Kirti Azad’s application for the post of state team selector, after which Bishan Singh Bedi lodged an official complaint with the Lokpal. The DDCA did not give any official reason for rejecting the application, but it turned out that Azad’s application was rejected for two reasons.

At first he is 61 years old. The DDCA has not set an age, but they prefer that the selector be under 60 years of age. The second Azad was a DDC selector from 2002-04. At the same time he was also the national selector from the North Zone.

A close friend of Azad’s said on condition of anonymity, “Bishan Paji has officially raised the issue with the DDC Lokpal, as those who have filed nominations will not reject Kirti’s (Azad’s) plea on any grounds.” Can. He is a Test cricketer and World Cup winner (1983 World Cup).

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According to sources, former opener Ashu Dani, leg-spinner Chaitanya Nanda and former coach Bhaskar Pillai are in the race to become selectors. Speaking of coaching positions, Virat Kohli’s childhood coaches Rajkumar Sharma and Manoj Prabhakar are in the race.

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