The Ex-office bearers of the RCA Rajendra Singh Nandu directly hit on the former president CP Joshi for the mess in Association. Nandu said that CP Joshi is the reason behind an all-time low phase in the Rajasthan Cricket Association.

The co-operative society dissolved the RCA executive committee on Tuesday. CP Joshi was on target of former association officials and newly appointed ad hoc committee members. Former RCA secretary Rajendra Singh Nandu and the Treasurer Pinkesh Porwal held a press conference on Wednesday.

Congress leader CP Joshi became the RCA president on June 2, 2017, against Lalit Modi’s son Ruchir Modi, president of Alwar Cricket Association.

The game is now Joshi vs ad hoc

Registrar Co-operative Societies formed an eight-member ad hoc committee after the government dissolved the executive of RCA. The committee has to hold RCA elections within three months and will conduct its first meeting on Thursday.

Co-operative Societies appointed Vinod Saharan as the convener of the ad hoc. Saharan to held CP Joshi responsible for the situation. ‘The affairs of RCA had come to an irretrievable deadlock due to the factionalism promoted by CP Joshi.’ said Saharan.

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ACS president Ruchir Modi welcomed the decision and said, ‘We will offer unconditional support to the new set-up because under the myopic leadership of CP Joshi, RCA prestige hit an all-time low.’

Meanwhile, CP Joshi’s faction approached the high court on Wednesday. Joshi challenged the formation of the ad hoc committee but the court said that they should file a fresh case. Furthermore, the HC said that several RCA cases are already pending in the high court.

Moreover, the ad hoc committee officials are working to improve the conditions of Rajasthan Cricket but couldn’t resist blaming CP Joshi for the muddled mess. Congress leader CP Joshi is already facing superciliousness by the colleagues in the Congress party. At the same time, the ad hoc committee has left no chance of slamming Joshi.

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