Mid-day – Former India player Madan Lal has decided to contest against noted journalist Rajat Sharma for the post of president in the upcoming Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) elections on June 30
Madan Lal

Former India player Madan Lal has decided to contest against noted journalist Rajat Sharma for the post of president in the upcoming Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) elections on June 30.

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  • Former India player Madan Lal has decided to contest against noted journalist Rajat Sharma for the post of president in the upcoming Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) elections on June 30Madan Lal Former India player Madan Lal has decided to contest against noted journalist Rajat Sharma for the post of president in the upcoming Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) elections on June 30.
  • The 67-year-old Lal has the backing of the group, which is being supported by BCCI’s acting president CK Khanna and Chetan Chauhan.
  • Lal has served as head of the Cricket Advisory Committee under Justice (retd) Vikramajit Sen, the High Court-appointed administrator of DDCA.
  • Lal played 39 Tests for India, scoring 1,042 runs at an average of 22.65, while taking 71 wickets at 40.08.
  • On the other hand, Sharma is backed by former DDCA president Sneh Bansal and former treasurer Narinder Batra who is also the president of the Indian Olympic Association and International Hockey Federation (FIH).


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