HPCA's Anurag Thakur to move court

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:53 IST

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association's Anurag Thakur has threatened to move the Supreme Court against the 'injustice' meted out to him in the BCCI polls.

Kolkata: Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association's Anurag Thakur has threatened to move the Supreme Court against the 'injustice' meted out to him in the BCCI elections. Thakur was not named as the authorised representative of the state body. As per the voter's list, released by T S Krishnamurthy, the Supreme Court appointed observer for the BCCI elections, Rajinder Zar was named authorised representative of the HPCA and allowed to attend the AGM. However, earlier on Tuesday morning, Krishnamurthy in a ruling said Thakur would also be allowed to cast his vote but it would be kept in a sealed envelope and produced in court. Zar's vote would, however, be counted. (PTI)
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