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CBI probe demanded in the multi-crore JKCA scam
Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Club has demanded a CBI probe into the multi-crore scam.
New Delhi: An application filed by the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Club in the state High Court has asked for a CBI probe into the multi-crore cricket scam as well as an investigation for the registration of the FIR. The court has invited the accused party to respond.
The club has named Chairman JKCA Muhammad Aslam Goni, former Chief Executive Officer JKCA Saleem Khan, former Secretary General JKCA Ashan Ahmed Mirza and J&K Bank, in the application who allegedly indulged in 'financial fraud and criminal misappropriation with respect to the funds and assets of the Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association by misuse of office.'
In an application filed by Avtar Krishan Tickoo and others of Kashmir Cricket Club seeking direction to the CBI for registration of FIR and probe into the multi-crore rupees scam in Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association, the State High Court on Monday invited objects from the respondents.
Justice Hasnain Massodi of J&K High Court Jammu Wing after hearing Advocate Abhinav Sharma for the petitioner issued notice to respondents which were accepted by their counsels. Court also directed Registry to list the case in the week commencing from May 7.
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