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Suit brought against Dalmiya seeks to bar him from becoming BCCI 'chief patron'

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NEW DELHI: Though this may not be directly linked to the cricket telecast issue, the cricket story just gets hotter by the day.



In a recent development, the Bhopal Division Cricket Association has obtained a court injunction against Indian cricket board chief Jagmohan Dalmia. The petition was filed by a member of the Bhopal Division Cricket Association.



This injunction will stop Dalmia's recent proposal to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to appoint himself as a chief patron of the cricket board. Dalmia had apparently made a proposal to the BCCI in an AGM to be held on Monday at Chennai.



The petitioner has mentioned in its plea that Jagmohan Dalmia has been involved in matters that raise questions about his "credibility". Efforts made by indiantelevision.com to get in touch with Dalmia regarding the case brought against him, however, proved futile.



Summons are to be issued to the defendant through registered mail and the aforesaid order to be enforced till the next date of hearing, which has been fixed for Monday, 13 September.



As a patron in chief, Dalmia would have been a super-power and would have had powers to negotiate on behalf of the BCCI on various international fora like the International Cricket Council and the Asian Cricket Council.



The defendants include the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association and the BCCI.

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