Dr Farooq rejects Wazir’s resignation
J&K Cricket Association (JKCA) Dr Farooq Abdullah has rejected JKCA Treasurer and in-charge Manzoor Wazir’s resignation and has asked him to continue in his position.
Confirming this, Manzoor told Greater Kashmir that Dr Farooq rejected his resignation.
“He (Dr Farooq) called me today over phone and said that he will not accept my resignation. He told me to continue as the Treasurer and in-charge of JKCA,” Manzoor said.
“I briefed him about the all the developments in last couple of weeks in JK Cricket. I made him aware about the actual position. I also submitted him one page report on the selection row and I am hopeful that he will take action shortly,” Manzoor said.
He said the reports about the forming a committee regarding probing the JKCA-players row are false.
“JKCA President has formed no such committee and I told him that there is no need to form any committee that will only waste time,” he added.
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