Mohammad Azharuddin is endeavoring to return into cricket and legislative issues at one follow recording his selection for the post of president of the Hyderabad Cricket Association.
Previous India chief Mohammad Azharuddin on Tuesday made another invasion into the universes of cricket and governmental issues when he documented his selection for the post of president of the Hyderabad Cricket Association. The post fell empty after occupant Arshad Ayub, a previous India player himself, needed to give up his post taking after the Supreme Court decision on Lodha Committee changes.
Azhar, one of Indian cricket's longest serving commanders, was restricted for life by the BCCI for his charged association in the match-settling outrage that was uncovered in 2000. Azhar battled the choice in the Andhra Pradesh High Court and got a good choice in 2011. In any case, the BCCI never authoritatively lifted the boycott. He never got the annuity that previous India players are qualified for.
The BCCI composed an emphatic letter to DDCA amid the last Ranji season when Azharuddin was spotted sitting outside the limit line talking to Vidarbha players which coordinate arbitrator of the day took cognisance.
"Issue with Hyderabad was that cricket was not center. We were second rearward in Ranji. My fundamental expectation is to see that cricket in Hyderabad prospers. I truly need to do well for cricket. We can't run the HCA on the impulses and fancies of people," Azharuddin said in the wake of recording his designation in Hyderabad.
"I need to enhance cricket at the locale level since part of persevering players originate from areas. We have delivered such a variety of awesome players yet now we don't have players in the Indian group. I will likely buckle down for the round of cricket," he included.
"Yes, I was educated that Azhar accompanied his supporters to document selection for HCA races. He had a request from a lower court which permits him to challenge decision. Regularly, HCA decisions are hung on last Sunday of May yet Azhar has a request which says it would be hung on January 17," HCA Secretary John Manoj told PTI.
One of the finest batsmen of his time, a touch craftsman, Azharuddin played 99 Tests for India scoring more than 6000 runs and 24 hundreds.
Azhar was a Member of Parliament from Moradabad amid UPA II yet lost races in 2014 when he was vanquished by a heavy edge while challenging from the Tonk-Madhopur Lok Sabha situate in Rajasthan.
He had, a couple of years back, demonstrated enthusiasm for entering the Badminton Association of India (BAI) organization however later hauled out.