Uttarakhand state police have taken swift motion in opposition to the Cricket Affiliation of Uttarakhand (CAU) officers after an FIR was lodged by the daddy of a former U19 cricketer on costs of extortion and demise threats. The police questioned the trio of Mahim Verma (secretary), Manish Jha (head coach), and Sanjay Gusain (spokesperson) regarding the grievance.
Virendra Sethi, the daddy of the previous U-19 participant, filed a grievance on the Vasant Vihar Police station in Dehradun, alleging that his son was threatened for his life by the crew supervisor Navneet Mishra and video analyst Piyush Raghuvanshi throughout final yr’s Vijay Hazare event.
The Dehradun cops interrogated the alleged perpetrators and recorded their statements. The officers additionally talked about that they could recall them if additional statements shall be required.
“For the previous three days, now we have known as Mahim Verma, Manish Jha and Sanjay Gusain individually. We have now interrogated them. We have now taken their statements. If wanted, will probably be carried out once more,” Janmejaya Khanduri, SSP Dehradun, was quoted as saying by The Indian Categorical.
CAU officers’ misdemeanors come into gentle after allegations from gamers
Within the newest improvement, the CAU has had additional allegations directed at them after gamers complained of non-payment of allowances. Robin Bisht, one of many gamers who characterize Uttarakhand revealed an incident throughout the 2021-22 Ranji Trophy quarterfinal in opposition to Mumbai the place the gamers had been denied meals by the crew administration and had been instructed to order meals on-line by the crew supervisor. He additionally went on to say that the gamers gained’t die in the event that they don’t eat meals for a day, in a baffling assertion.
“We returned to the crew lodge and, after our restoration session within the pool, went for lunch. The lodge employees mentioned they had been instructed to not serve us meals. After we known as the crew supervisor, he replied: ‘Order one thing from Swiggy or Zomato or keep hungry. Ek din khana nahi khaoge toh mar nahi jaoge (For those who don’t eat for a day, you gained’t die)’,” mentioned Bisht.
MLA Umesh Kumar has additionally questioned the monetary doings of the Uttarakhand Board and has urged the BCCI to try the matter as he suspects corruption amidst the CAU officers.