Uttarakhand chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat stated on Friday that if a complaint is obtained over the circumstances associated to the resignation of the state workforce’s coach Wasim Jaffer, and the following allegations made in opposition to the previous India opener, a probe might be ordered into the matter.
Rawat made the comment at a press convention in Haldwani when requested about the potential of an inquiry from his workplace into the controversy.
“I have not received any written complaint from any side so far. Some people had met me and had raised the matter. But I have got no complaint so far. If any complaint comes, certainly that can be thoroughly inquired into,” the chief minister stated.
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Jaffer resigned final week citing interference in choice by CAU secretary Mahim Verma and different office-bearers. A day later, Verma accused Jaffer of making an attempt to communalise the dressing room.
On Sunday, a delegation comprising Cricket Association of Uttarakhand (CAU) treasurer Prithvi Singh Negi, vice-president Sanjay Rawat and joint secretary Avnish Verma had met Rawat in Dehradun the place the Jaffer issue was additionally mentioned.
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After the controversy erupted, three office-bearers of the state physique wrote to its president JS Gunsola demanding a gathering of the apex council to determine whether or not to conduct an inside inquiry.
Gunsola didn’t reply to repeated cellphone calls on Friday.
A CAU office-bearer has remarked that Jaffer has made very critical allegations and an inside inquiry ought to be carried out.