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secretary of the unrecognised Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB),andthe whistleblower whose legal battle against former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief N Srinivasan ultimately compelled the latter to step down is waiting for the Supreme Court verdict to be announced on Thursday Will the apex court deliver its final verdict which is expected to be a landmark one in Indian cricket on 30 June Will his dream finally come true with the verdict of making cricket a gentleman’s game again Will the wrongdoers in the world’s richest cricket body BCCI be punished Aditya Verma Photo: Naresh Sharma/Firstpost All these questions are making Verma impatient as he awaits to see the implementation of the recommendations of the committee headed by Justice RM Lodha both in letter and in spirit – which can only be possible through a SC order Originally from Chapra district of Bihar Verma inherited his passion for cricket from his father who was a businessman and an avid cricket lover He represented his college and was the only player from his district to have represented Bihar University atthe all-India universities meet To promote cricket he organised several tournaments in Chapra and later moved to Jamshedpur to work and play for the Tatas This crusader’s journey to get recognition for his state began in 2006 when he used to frequently visit Mumbai and meet BCCI officials often to be shooed away Verma who is in the national capital to attend his SC case on Thursday which he considers as the last over of the match speaks at length with Debobrat Ghose of Firstpost in an exclusive interview Excerpts: FP: What is the purpose of your Delhi visit AV: As a petitioner I’m here as the Supreme Court is expected to announce its verdict on 30 June It’s the last over of the match and I can’t predict anything but only hope to get justice FP: What is your case all about AV: First it is to attain recognition of the CAB by the BCCI which the latter has been depriving the children of Bihar for a long period of time Even after three new states were carved out of Bihar Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh; Jharkhad got BCCI recognition in the name of Bihar but the parent state was ignored Second after N Srinivasan stepped down and his son-in-law was jailed the former BCCI chief set up a committee illegally I moved the SC against the Bombay High Court order and filed a petition for the setting up of an SIT to probe irregularities Justice Mukul Mudgal ordered for an SIT and later the SC ordered setting up of Justice Lodha Committee Now it’s related to the implementation of the recommendations made by the committee FP: What changes can be expected in Indian cricket and in BCCI if the SC orders for 100 percent implementation of the Justice Lodha Committee’s recommendations AV: It’ll bring transparency accountability and fairness in the functioning of BCCI It’ll open up opportunities for the children even from slums who have been deprived from playing cricket as BCCI didn’t give recognition to many states including Bihar – which has a rich cricketing history FP: Has there been any improvement in the functioning of the BCCI sinceJustice Lodha made his report public in January 2016 AV: No BCCI has not turned their wrongs into rights Rather there have been more irregularities and corruption in the sports body The board announced this year’s calendar and again 10 states including Bihar and six North East states have been left out Take the case of Goa cricket association where the three top officials including its president and secretary are in jail for alleged financial irregularities Why no action was taken against the then Lalu Prasad-promoted CAB against whom the BCCI had alleged of irregularities in the Rs 50 lakh grant case Instead at a working committee meeting the same BCCI dmitted an official of the CAB Mrityunjoy Tiwari a Rashtriya Janata Dal spokesperson as an associate member of the world’s richest cricket board FP: Why so AV: It’s all agame of money The BCCI gives Rs 35 crore to the states which enjoy the board’s full membership By not recognising the cricket association’s of the states in question they save money which in turn is siphoned-off for other purposes Despite Justice Lodha’s recommendation to grant full membership to these states so that they can participate in first-class matches BCCI didn’t do anything The board turneda deaf ear to the Lodha Committee’s recommendations Only 20 states have been recognised so far It’s the fundamental right of every child in this country to play the game for India but it’s not happening This is very unfortunate Moreover Shashank Manohar who had promised to clean up the BCCI as its president left mid-termfor the lucrative post at ICC He virtually ditched the people who had a lot of hope pinned on him FP: Has there been any improvement in the selection process of players in the Under-16/19/23 categories and first-class cricket AV: No The scenario continues to be as bad as it was in the past and it’ll continue to be so unless the committee’s recommendations are implemented both in letter and spirit FP: After former BCCI chief R Srinivasan you have now taken on the new chief Anurag Thakur by moving the apex court Why AV: I don’t have any enmity with anyone at personal level It’s a battle of principle and for the betterment of BCCI According to Justice Lodha’s report no person with any charges against him can hold a post in the board Anurag Thakur has been charge-sheeted in three cases in Himachal Pradesh and despite that he has been appointed as BCCI president What’s the difference then between Srinivasan and Thakur FP: Have you ever received any threats as you took onsuch Goliaths by their horns AV: Yes during the initial phase of my fight against the Board and the system not only I but even my wife and son received threats But I continued and will do so till justice is delivered and thousands of children from Bihar and other deprived states get recognition FP: Why did former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav who was also a cabinet colleague of former BCCI chief Sharad Pawar at the Centre fail to get CAB recognised AV: It was due his vested interests It’s a well-known fact how he pushed for his son Tejashwi Yadav to be in the Indian cricket squad for theICC U19 World Cup 2008 in Kuala Lumpur Eventually he didn’t get to play and India went on to winthe cup under Virat Kohli’s captaincy This is whyLalu Prasad compromised without caring for thousands of young talents of Bihar FP: Is there any guarantee that Indian cricket will once again be a ‘gentleman’s game’ as you hope if Justice Lodha’s recommendations areimplemented AV: I’ll say it’s not a 100 percent but 1000 percent guarantee that if the SC verdict allows full implementation of Justice Lodha’s recommendations then cricket in India will get back to being a gentleman’s game And if BCCI fails to implement the SC’s orders its officials would be jailed FP: Despite the situation inthe BCCI who do you consider as the best administrator AV: Undoubtedly Sharad Pawar He did a lot not only for the game but also for the people associated with the game It was only during his era that Indian cricket won several laurels FP: Do you have any appeal to make to the government on this issue AV: My appeal is to our Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji who through his radio programme ‘Mann ki Baat’ has touched the hearts of millions The world has also recognized his strong leadership quality and charm My request to him is that he should see that the children from the deprived states should get to play cricket and that these states get BCCI recognition Written by Smriti Sharma Vasudeva | Chandigarh | Published: April 1 2013 2:37 am Related News The first day of the new financial yearApril 1is going to pinch the pockets of those getting their vehicles registered from Monday onwards as the Registering and Licensing Authority has increased the road tax in the city significantly While for registering a four-wheeler costing upto Rs 20 lakhone will have to shell out a whopping 6 per centfor registering a four-wheeler costing above Rs 20 lakhone will have to pay 8 per cent of the cost of the vehicle as road tax With thisthe three existing slabs 2 per cent for vehicles costing up to Rs 6 lakh3 per cent for vehicles priced between Rs 6 lakh and Rs 20 lakhand 4 per cent for vehicles priced above Rs 20 lakh have been abolished Similarlyfor two-wheelers costing upto Rs 1 lakhone will have to pay 3 per centand for two-wheelers costing between Rs 1 lakh and Rs 4 lakhone will have to pay 4 per cent as road taxand for those costing above Rs 4 lakhone will have to pay 5 per cent of the cost of the vehicle as road tax The significant hike in road tax has brought the UT on a par with the neighbouring state of Punjab while Haryana proves to be the cheapest when it comes to paying road tax The move of the UT Administration to hike the road tax is in consonance with a view to rationalise the motor vehicle tax The UT Administration had proposed an increase in the road tax recently and the same was approved by the UT Administrator on Sunday Last timethe tax was increased in February 2011 In factthe Centre had been suggesting one-time road tax at a rate of 6 per cent on the sale price for cars and two-wheelers to rationalise the motor vehicle taxes across the country for a long time now UT Deputy Commissioner Mohammed Shayin said the UT wanted to be on a par with the neighbouring states Haryana had recently hiked the road tax wherein for four-wheelersincluding carsowners will have to pay tax at the rate of 3 per cent for vehicles costing up to Rs 6 lakh The rate of 6 per cent will be applicable to cars priced between Rs 6 lakh and Rs 10 lakh For cars priced above Rs 20 lakhthe rate of tax will be 9 per cent The tax will be levied on ex-showroom price of the vehicle including VAT Previouslyvehicles up to Rs 5 lakh were charged 2 per centvehicles costing Rs 5-10 lakh 4 per centvehicles costing Rs 10-20 lakh 6 per centand vehicles costing above Rs 20 lakh 8 per cent Incidentallythe Punjab government has already revised its rates and has been charging a minimum motor vehicle tax of 6 per cent on four-wheelers since 2012 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srinath Rao | Mumbai | Published: June 26 2013 2:35 am Related News Expertsreacting to National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data that indicate the state and the city recorded second and third highest number of suicides in 2012say most of such incidents occur at the end of the financial year and traditional wedding season According to NCRB datamore than 135445 suicides occurred in India in 2012of which 119 per cent were in Maharashtrasecond only to Tamil Nadu (125 per cent) Among 53 mega citiesMumbai recorded 1296 suicides in 2012third behind Chennai and Delhi We maintain monthly data and have observed two peaks in November and March NovemberI believeis the beginning of the wedding season and accounts for a lot of heartbreak The closing of the financial year also sees a lot of suicides due to stress?" Aditya Prakash Verma, I explained how I wanted him to look and expected him to raise a few questions but there were none.on December 18, These include the urban poor,mishra@expressindia. "With his quality, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune/mumbai | Published: October 14, Yes, Agnihotri has written a great piece and I hope that one day he makes another movie with this script.

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