The Shillong Times – JAMMU: Dhruv Mahajan, one of the four selection committee members of JKCA, has tendered his resignation from the post, alleging interference by former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan in the selection process.

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  • JAMMU: Dhruv Mahajan, one of the four selection committee members of JKCA, has tendered his resignation from the post, alleging interference by former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan in the selection process.
  • Pathan has been doing a lot of interference in the team selection process which is in violation of the constitution,” Mahajan, former skipper of state Ranji Trophy team, told PTI.
  • Mahajan said he had submitted his resignation to the JKCA Chief Executive Officer Aashiq Bukhari, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and chief selector, JKCA, Parvez Qaiser.
  • The selection committee comprises of four members – two each from Jammu and Kashmir regions and one of them is the chief selector,” he said.
  • Mahajan, who played 48 Ranji Trophy matches and 37 List A matches, said he has lot of respect for Pathan who was appointed as a player-cum-mentor of the team.


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