Ap High court azharuddin clean chit in after 12 years
HYD:: 12years after the BCCI enforced a lifestyle ban on Mohammad Azharuddin from enjoying cricket, the Andhra Pradesh Great Judge on Friday set aside the choice of the cricket system.
A regular of justices Ashutosh Mohanta and Krishna Mohan Reddy provided comfort to former Native indian skipper-turned-politician Azharuddin, enabling his attraction complicated the transaction of a regional court, which had upheld the choice of the Panel of Management for Cricket in Native indian (BCCI).
The court also noticed that the BCCI had started against 49-year-old Azharuddin unilaterally and said the transaction of the check court is not sustainable.
The ban was enforced in 2000 by BCCI as per the recommendation of a three-member panel including its erstwhile chief executive A C Muthaiah and two vice-presidents Kamal Morarka and K M Ram Prasad in the awaken of accusations of match-fixing against Azharuddin.
In a profession comprising about 15 decades, Azharuddin, known for his fashionable hitting, had performed 334 ODIs and 99 check suits.
Azharuddin later created a venture into state policies and had won from Moradabad Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh on a The legislature solution.
Azharuddin was a treated man after the lifestyle ban enforced on him for claimed participation in match-fixing was set aside by the top court but said he will not take law suit against the BCCI.
The 49-year-old, who is now a Lok Sabha MP from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh, desired to hit a conciliatory observe with the system which smacked him with the ban, saying that he would not want responsible anybody for the discomfort he experienced in previous times 12 decades.
“It was a lengthy attracted out lawful situation and it was agonizing. We conducted in a lawful court for 11 decades. There were many adjournments, changes in the situation. But lastly the judgment has come and I am satisfied that the ban has been put by a lawful court,” Azharuddin informed a hastily-called media meeting at his property here.