- Kirti Azad had applied for the post of selector in DDCA
- Azad has been a member of the 1983 World Cup winning team
- He has sent an application to the CAC of three members of the state
Former Indian all-rounder Kirti Azad has applied for the post of selector in the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA). Azad, who has played 144 first-class matches, including the Azad Test, is raising issues of corruption, partisanship and age-fraud in the state unit.
Kirti Azad, who was a member of India’s 1983 World Cup winning team, said he had submitted the application to the state’s three-member Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), headed by former cricketer Atul Vasan.
Kirti Azad, 1, said he had applied to help Delhi recapture the early 1970s and early 1970s. During this time the team reached the final dozens of times and won six times.
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Kirti Azad is now associated with the Congress. “Apart from Bishan Singh Bedi, many cricket fans have asked if I can bring back the glory days of Delhi cricket,” he said.
“When I was the national selector in the early 2000s, Gautam Gambhir and Shikhar Dhawan were included in the Indian team,” said Kirti Azad. He is not confident that he will have any problem working with the new president Rohan Jaitley. Significantly, when Arun Jaitley was the DDCA chairman, Azad had differences with him.